One of the few companies popular for Android One smartphones is Motorola. In August 2019, the Lenovo-owned brand unveiled the Motorola One Action smartphone as part of the Android One initiative. This smartphone is now undergoing its second major software update, almost two years after it was first announced.
With a 16MP ultra-wide action camera, the Motorola One Action is a one-of-a-kind smartphone. The phone came out with Android 9.0 Pie and was later updated to Android 10 in early 2020.
The phone is liable for two Android updates and three years of monthly security fixes since it is part of the Android One programme. As a result, Motorola is now rolling out Android 11 as its second big OS update for this system.
The Motorola One Action Android 11 update is now available in Brazil, according to PiunikaWeb. The update is being carried out in batches in this area as well.
As a result, the Motorola One Action's Android 11 update can take some time to hit every device worldwide. In any case, the latest device update should be available to all users in the near future.
However, security patches for the Motorola One Action should be available for another year. Unfortunately, due to the Samsung Exynos 9609 chipset, there is no active custom ROM production for this phone. As a result, users will be forced to use Android 11 until the end of their device's life cycle.