If everything goes according to plans, Moto G5S Plus Android Oreo update may be rolled out within next few days. The company has already started soak testing for update, which means that the roll out is not too far. Soak tests are conducted by Motorola to ensure that the update will work as expected in real word scenarios. To do so the update is first rolled out to a select few devices only. Once it’s found to be working fine on those devices, it’s rolled out worldwide in a phase-by-phase manner. The soak tests are currently going on in Brazil where some Moto G5S Plus users have already received the update.
The changelog of update reveals an interesting thing about it: it’s not just Android 8.1 Oreo update! It also contains the June 2018 security patch that will make the device more secure. It’s 1.18GB in size, and it will update the firmware of device to version number OPP28.60. However, it’s important to keep in mind that it will be rolled out to the world only if it doesn’t contain any bugs. If during soak tests it’s found to be having some issues, more work will be done on it, which can change its version number and other specifics of this Moto G5S Plus Android Oreo update.
Moto G5S Plus is one of company’s most successful mid-range devices. It was launched after 6 months of Moto G5 Plus, and it comes with 5.5-inch Full HD display, Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, 13 megapixel dual-lens primary camera and 8 megapixel secondary camera. It was also the first Motorola phone to come with dual-lens primary camera.
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