Motorola Moto G8 and G8 Power have started receiving Android 11 stable update

13 March 2021
The OTA is currently seeding in Columbia.

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AnonD-989007, 14 Mar 2021That's why I never buy phones nowadays from manufactur... moreGood point made.

Anonymous, 15 Mar 2021Samsung Apple Xiaomi and OnePlus are great. Ignore others a... moreWell said.

  • Anonymous

Moto got a lot better last couple of years with the quality of upgrades at least not breaking things and ruining phones.

  • Anonymous

T M, 15 Mar 2021A Moto G8 is getting 11 before me, OP 7T user. Last OP phon... moreJust jump on to beta... It is more than usable...

  • Nikomanuel96

T M, 15 Mar 2021A Moto G8 is getting 11 before me, OP 7T user. Last OP phon... moresorry bad english , Motorola is not much better, you only get 1 major update (if you buy an moto g or some moto one that is not android one) and sometimes it breaks things everywhere (xiaomi style) the g8 power users are lucky because the other g phones and my one fusion will have to wait until 2030 to get the update.

  • Weeman02

About time I have the G8 better late than never 🙄

  • T M

A Moto G8 is getting 11 before me, OP 7T user. Last OP phone for me, this is pathetic.

  • Anonymous

AnonD-989007, 14 Mar 2021That's why I never buy phones nowadays from manufactur... moreSamsung Apple Xiaomi and OnePlus are great. Ignore others and you will be happy.

  • Joe

Great news, but until there are more reports on how the phone works with Android 11, I'm going to hold off on updating. Custom roms based on Android 11 don't offer the same great battery life that stock has so if Power is badly optimized, then no thanks, they can keep the update.

It's spelled Colombia, cabrón! ;)

  • KwantowyYebaka

Anonymous, 14 Mar 2021They're doing better than LG which its phones won'... morefunny because they take better care of the client than this legendary oneplus

  • AnonD-989007

Anonymous, 14 Mar 2021They're doing better than LG which its phones won'... moreThat's why I never buy phones nowadays from manufacturers who doesn't have big interest in mobile division or doesn't have piles of cash to invest in software development too (examples LG, Motorola, Sony).
Yeah, maybe those phone companies have a better brand reputation than your typical Chinese phones that are all over the place nowadays. But being all over the place means you are somehow interested in software updates too. Good, bad, at least they are giving them more frequently.

  • Anonymous

They're doing better than LG which its phones won't receive Android 11 until Android 12 comes out.