AT&T Motorola One Vision Receives Android 10 Update With Version QSA30.62-28

Lenovo owned smartphone manufacturer, Motorola has pushed in the latest Android 10 update for Motorola One Vision which is powered by Android One. Notably, the update is being pushed for the AT&T users in Spain. For those who do not know, the Android One program makes the devices eligible to receive two major firmware updates and regular security updates. Now, this new update for AT&T Motorola One Vision users comes with the version number QSA30.62-28 and brings along all the latest features of Android 10 for the AT&T Motorola One Vision. This new update also brings in the March 2020 security update for the device.

Google has launched the Android 10 version in September 2019 with plenty of new features and improvements. So, almost every OEM is trying to push the latest Android 10 update to its eligible devices. But just like the Nokia devices, all the Android One powered Motorola phones are also getting the major Android OS version officially. It is being pushed via OTA and will take some time in hitting all the units. Below is the complete information about the firmware and the changelog:


Firmware Information

  • Model: AT&T Motorola One Vision
  • Android Version: 10
  • Software Version: QSA30.62-28


  • Android 10: Android is even more reliable and more convenient to use. Check out with new navigation using gestures, dark themes that can be applied to the whole system and new management recommended notifications actions and the ability to drown out notification groups. You also now have more management options privacy and security to ensure that your data is secure.
  • Android Security: Includes all security updates on Android released before March 1, 2020.

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Notably, the update is being pushed via OTA in batches and will take some time in hitting all the units. However, if you have not received the notification then you can check for it by heading to Settings > About Phone > System update. Let us know in the comments below if you have received the update or not.

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