Moto G6 Plus Android 9 Pie Update Set to Roll Out in India, Will Bring December Security Patch

The new software update will bring all the core Android Pie features in addition to the December 2018 Android security patch. It’s also expected to include the navigation-based navigation system, which surfaced to the Google Pixel models initially. The core features of this Android Pie update includes Flexible Battery and Adaptive Brightness to improve the user experience.
The official Motorola changelog proves that the newest update for its Moto G6 Plus brings all the core characteristics of Android Pie. This means we can expect to see Adaptive Battery, Adaptive Brightness, along with a refined Doze mode. The update will even bring a redesigned Settings app with colourful icons. Additional the gesture-based navigation system is expected. The changelog has been first spotted by users on Reddit.

Moreover, the Android Pie upgrade for your Moto G6 Plus will come with all the December 2018 Android security patch.

Motorola on the service page cites that the users are suggested to install the most recent Android upgrade when the battery is at least 50% charged, and the device is linked to a Wi-Fi system. The update is very likely to soon start rolling out in batches and will be informed through a push telling.

However, it is possible to manually check the access to the Android Pie upgrade in your own Moto G6 Plus from going to Settings > System > System updates.

To recall, the Moto G6 Plus has been started in India back in September using Android 8.0 Oreo.

As we said, the information of the Android Pie upgrade for the Moto G6 Plus comes days after the Motorola One Ability received exactly the same update at India. The handset also recently obtained the December 2018 security patch. The Lenovo-owned company has also allegedly pushed the fresh Android encounter to the Moto X4 in select areas.