[Update: Feb. 17] Motorola One Fusion+ Android 11 update not in sight as soak test yet to begin
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on May 7, 2021) follows:
The Motorola One Fusion+ launched last year and came with Android 10 pre-installed which makes it eligible for the update to Android 11.
Motorola confirmed the same in a blog post that was published in December. But the company didn’t share any details regarding the ETA of the update.
The Lenovo-owned smartphone maker has already rolled out Android 11 to a bunch of phones of which the most recent one to get it was the Motorola Moto G8 Power.
This has left some Motorola One Fusion+ users questioning the availability of Android 11 for their devices.
When will Motorola one fusion plus gets Android 11? Since this phone comes under Android one needs to get updates soon (Source)
Any update when will Moto one fusion plus will get Android 11 update (Source)
Motorola usually runs a soak test program through its Motorola Feedback Network before pushing Android OS updates to the public.
This is done to ensure that the update does not damage or carry major bugs when it goes live for everyone.
That said, when asked by a user whether or not the Android 11 soak test for the Motorola One Fusion+ is ongoing, an admin said the following:
So what does this mean? Well, by sharing this information, the Motorola admin has all but confirmed that the Android 11 update for the One Fusion+ won’t be available anytime soon.
The soak testing period usually goes on for at least a month if not more, taking into account past trends. Hence, the wider rollout of Android 11 for the Motorola One Fusion+ might take a couple of months.
However, as the admin suggests, you may sign up to participate in the MFN to get a chance to try out Android 11 on the device ahead of the general public, but there are no guarantees.
That said, we’ll post an update if and when there are any further developments. Moreover, there’s still some possibility that the update may roll out sooner than expected.
So stay tuned to our dedicated tracker to know more about the status and availability of Android 11 for all eligible smartphones.
Update 1 (May 21)
It seems that Motorola is about to kick-start the Android 11 soak test for the One Fusion+ since the company is now looking for participants for their MFN program.
Those who have the software build number QPLS30.62-41-5 installed on their devices can register for the Motorola Feedback Network program to get a chance to try out new software ahead of the public rollout.
This indicates that the stable Android 11 update is just around the corner for the Motorola One Fusion+.
Many thanks for the tip, Manuel Alejandro!
Update 2 (January 19)
One of the senior agents on the Moto community assured users that they have escalated the reports of Moto One Fusion+ Android 11 update to the team and they are working on it. The update is expected to release soon.
Update 3 (February 15)
12:28 pm (IST): Thanks to one of our readers, we now know that the Motorola One Fusion Plus has finally started receiving the Android 11 update in India.
Thanks for the tip: Deepak Chaurasia!
Update 4 (February 15)
10:28 am (IST): The Android 11 update for Motorola One Fusion Plus is expanding to more regions. According to one of our readers, the update is now rolling out in Mexico.
Thanks for the tip: Fabián Avila!
Update 5 (February 17)
05:57 pm (IST): A Tweet from Lenovo Legion UKI confirms that the Android 11 update for Motorola One Fusion+ is in the final testing phase and is expected to be released soon.
I can confirm that we are in the final phase of testing for this update. While issues can always arise during testing, we do expect to roll out the update fairly soon. You will receive a notification on your phone when the update is available. Thanks for your patience. -Rica (Souce)
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