Motorola One Fusion+ Android 11 (Android R) Update Status: What We Know So Far?

Updated on December 17, 2020: Today Motorola rolled November 2020 security patch to the device with build number QPI30.73-33 based on Android 10.

Lenovo owned Motorola finally unveiled its next smartphone named Motorola One Fusion+ with a ton of features at a smart and competitive price like a pop-up selfie camera, Snapdragon 675, 64MP camera, and much more. Note that Google has recently rolled out the stable Android 11 update to Google Pixel devices.

Want to try?

If you have a Google Pixel, then head over to our guide on how to install the Android 11 Developer Preview on Google Pixel. Well, the developer preview is for the app developers, so we warn you before upgrading. The update is not stable and may contain bugs that will cause your device to go nuts.

In this article, we will give you a quick glance at all when the Motorola One Fusion+ will get with Android 11. Nothing is confirmed as of yet and Motorola is one of the OEMs that did not push an Android 10 update timeline for the users. Moreover, it seems unlikely that Motorola will push out any details regarding the Android 11 update.

Motorola One Fusion Plus

Quick Specs Review

The Motorola One Fusion+ features a 6.53-inch FHD+ (2,340 x 1,080 pixels) IPS LCD display without a notch as it has the popup selfie mechanism. It’s an IPS LCD with 1080p+ resolution and HDR10 support.

The Motorola One Fusion+ is powered by the Snapdragon 730, an 8 nm chipset that promises CPU and GPU performance upgrades over the Snapdragon 675 (11 nm) utilized in the Hyper. It’s attached to 6GB of RAM and 128 GB storage, which may be expanded by microSD cards up to 1 TB.

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On the Camera department, it packs a 16MP sensor and raises up only it’s needed (there’s a fingerprint reader on the rear which will be wont to unlock the phone). The Moto One Hyper is sort of almost like this device, but it does pack a 32MP pop-up selfie cam. On the rearthe main camera is based on a 64MP sensor, a bit like the Hyper. it’s an f/1.8 aperture and a Quad Bayer design for better low light performance. It’s joined by an 8 MP ultrawide-angle camera (118°), a 5MP dedicated macro cam, and a 2MP depth sensor for portraits.

You’ll need to settle for using just one SIM, however, because the phone features a hybrid card slot. The great news is that it also features a 3.5mm headphone jack and an FM receiving set on board, how old fashioned. There’s no NFC, though. The other wired connector is that the USB-C port, which supports 15W fast charging for the 5,000 mAh battery. For comparison, the Hyper supports 27 W charging in Europe and 45W within the US, but its battery is smaller (4,000mAh).

Android 11 – Overview

Android 11 is the eleventh iteration of Google’s own OS (Operating System). It was released on September 8, 2020, and rolled out to their Pixel phones on day one. Later, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo, and Realme rolled the beta update for their flagship device on the same day.  Here is the feature list of Android 11:

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  • Scheduled Dark Theme
  • ‘Conversations’ Section in Notification Shade
  • Built-in Screen Recorder
  • Pin Apps in the Share Menu
  • Send Images in Notification Replies
  • New APIs for 5G
  • Reverse Wireless Charging Support (Google Pixel 4a or 5)
  • Use Bluetooth Headphones in Airplane Mode
  • Scrolling screenshots
  • Bubble Notifications on by Default
  • New Back Cover Gestures (Likely Pixel-Exclusive)
  • Show Refresh Rate
  • Power Menu Toggles
  • Quick Access Wallet
  • New Permissions Options
  • Background Location Access
  • Auto-Block Spammy Permission Prompts
  • New Scoped Storage Permission
  • New Motion Sense Gesture (Pixel 4)
  • Increase Touch Sensitivity
  • New Notification History UI
  • Better Back Sensitivity
  • Mobile Drivers License Support
  • Changes to BiometricPrompt API
  • Improved Call Screening
  • Support for Punch Hole & Waterfall Displays
  • Disable Vibrations While Using the Camera
  • HDMI Low-Latency Mode
  • Low Latency Video Decoding
  • New Bluetooth Stack
  • Separated Quick Settings & Notification Tray
  • Music Player in Quick Settings
  • Unsupported Bluetooth Codecs Grayed Out
  • Suggested Apps in Home Screen Dock

Android 11 for Motorola One Fusion+

Motorola has not said any word regarding the Android 11 update for any of the devices let along the Motorola One Fusion+. In fact, as mentioned above, Motorola is one of those few OEMs that did not release an Android update roadmap for the Android 10 OS via which we can at least get a hint about when the Android 11 might hit the units. It is expected that the update will be made available for the Motorola One Fusion+ users only the next year after the stable Android 11 update comes out for the masses.

If you are not patient enough to wait, then try the Android 11 GSI build. To install, your device’s bootloader must be unlocked. We are not responsible for any damage, please take your own risk.

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Well, check out our article Motorola Android 11 Tracker where we have listed all latest device which will receive Android 11 update.

We will keep you in the loop once we have more information in this regard. If you have any queries, please leave a comment down below.

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