Motorola is currently testing out its new firmware for some of its new and popular Android phones. The first device to get the Android 9.0 Pie Beta firmware update, according to sources, is the Motorola One Power. Yes, the newly launched Moto Power One might just become the first Motorola device to get 9.0 Pie Beta under the Android One Project. The manufacturer has already started internal testing the new beta firmware update and we already have a first look at it. A Moto On Power user have already received the Android 9.0 Pie Beta update. The firmware will soon be available for download for the Moto One Power. So stay tuned.
What does this mean for other Motorola devices? Certainly, a large group of devices will receive similar Android P beta under Motorola’s Soak Test. Moto X4 powered by Android One and featuring similar specifications to One Power could become the second device to receive Android Pie soak test. Followed by Moto G series including the Moto G6, G6 Plus, G5S, and G5S Plus.
Moreover, the manufacturer has just finished with the Moto G5S Plus Android 8.1 Oreo soak test and begun rolling out the stable OTA update.
According to the screenshots we have of the Android 9.0 Pie Beta firmware for the Moto One Power, it features complete stock Android experience. As it is powered by Android One, the device features the new navigation system, home pill support, gesture support, new volume slider, app actions, slice, Digital Wellbeing support, rounded quick settings and notification panels, new overview panel (recent apps), and much much more.
Here are the screenshots:
How to sign up for Motorola’s Android 9.0 Pie Beta Soak Test?
The Android 9.0 Pie soak test will soon start for some of the latest Moto devices. In order to get the Morola soak test email as soon as it starts, you first need to register for the Motorola Feedback Network from the link below.