An update to Android 10 has been released for Motorola One, one of the phones in Google’s Android One program. The update includes the February 2020 security patch as well as the latest version of the operating system.
Motorola had released several smartphones that offered pure Android experience, including the first-generation Moto G, before Google’s Android One initiative. Motorola continued to support phones even after the brand was bought by Lenovo. Finally, Motorola One has started getting the Android 10 update.
Motorola One, the international version of the Moto P30 Play, received Android 10 update via OTA in Brazil. Motorola One, the second phone released with the Snapdragon 625 processor after Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite, came out with Android 8.1 Oreo and then received Android Pie update.
The Android 10 update came to Motorola One with version number QPK30.54-22. The update also includes the February 2020 security patches. Considering that Samsung released the patches of April 2020, Motorola seems to follow the update from the back. This delay is due to the release of the latest beta version of the Android 10 update as the stable version.
The Android 10 kernel source code (codename: deen) for Motorola One is not yet available on Motorola’s repository on GitHub. However, the update is expected to be released soon for users in other regions.