Motorola took a very long time to start its Android 12 update rollouts, only outing the first one in February, many months after Google initially released the new OS. However, since then the company has kept a steady (if slow) pace of release, and now it’s allowing another phone to run the latest software.
We’re talking about the Motorola Edge 20 Pro, a high-end smartphone launched in August last year. The device is currently receiving the finalized, stable update to Android 12 in Brazil, one of Motorola’s most important markets in terms of sales and brand recognition.
The update is rolling out over-the-air in the country, and as always this means it could take a few days (or even weeks) until it reaches all units out there in the wild. After installing it, your Motorola Edge 20 Pro will run build S1RA32.41-20-16, which includes the March 1, 2022 security patch level – and that, as you may have noticed, is already outdated. But hey, at least you finally get Android 12. The rollout is happening for the Edge 20 Pro with the model number XT2153-1-DS, by the way.
Hopefully everything goes well in Brazil and then Motorola decides to unleash this update upon all the other markets where it sold the Edge 20 Pro. And very soon. People have been waiting long enough already.