When you spend $1000 for a brand name new smartphone from most brands you hope that it will get 2 significant OS updates through its life span. Motorola apparently did not recognize this standard requirement and only promised a single OS improve when it declared its Edge+ flagship smartphone. Now the manufacturer has doubled down on its assist obligation for the Edge+ and dedicated to at the very least two OS updates for the telephone in the encounter of tension from its supporters.

Thinking about that the Motorola Edge+ is limited to a sub-part of the populace thanks to it getting sold completely by Verizon from Could 14th, the mobile phone is now a clean even devoid of remaining hampered by deficiency of program help.

According to a short assertion issued by Motorola to Droid Lifestyle, the Edge+ will get at minimum two Android OS upgrades, which will suggest Android 11 sometime this year (with any luck ,), Android 12 someday in 2021, and the hopeful whisper of Android 13 in 2022? Though the Android 13 update appears uncertain in my impression, credit ought to be given to Motorola for really listening to its admirers. It would have been all too effortless to switch a blind eye to the noise and outrage and adhere to the initial promise of a solitary update.

So, now that the Motorola Edge+ is obtaining at the very least two OS updates, are you much more possible to plump down your tricky-gained dollars and purchase it from Verizon on May 14th (tomorrow)? Or, are you going to take a further appear at the more affordable and pretty much definitely greater supported OnePlus 8 Professional?

Resource: Droid Lifetime

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