Motorola unveils features coming to Moto phones with My UX based Android 12

Android 12 is now available on many devices from different OEMs. And finally, Motorola has now also announced Android 12 based on My UX for Motorola phones. If you have a Motorola phone, you must be waiting for Android 12 as other OEMs are already rolling out the update. Finally, the wait is over. Motorola announces Android 12 based My UX along with a list of supported phones.

The main complaint from non-pixel users is that the UI is not similar to the original Android 12 on their phones which is available only on Pixel phones. Samsung, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Realme, and other popular OEMs have released Android 12, but with their custom skins that are different from the original Android 12. But Motorola users are lucky as the OEM announced Android 12 which is almost like stock Android.

Android 12 and My UX bring most of the Android 12 features, including the Material You design language. My UX might be a Custom UI, but it is very similar to the UI on Pixel phones and hence it is one of the clean UIs now, as OnePlus killed OxygenOS by switching to ColorOS.

Android 12 for Motorola comes with features such as Material You, Conversation Widgets, Accessibility Improvements, Mic & Camera Indicators and Toggles, Approximate Location Permissions, Privacy Dashboard, Enhanced Gaming, Transferring data for easy switching, and more. Which is the one feature you are most excited about, let us know in the comment section.

motorola android 12 eligible phones

Now coming to the eligibility, Motorola has also shared the list of Motorola phones eligible for the Android 12 update. The list includes a bunch of the latest Motorola phones. You can head over to this page to check out Android 12 compatible Motorola phones.

In the announcement blog, Motorola shared that the Android 12 is currently undergoing beta testing and the stable rollout will begin in February 2022. It is still far away but at least now we all have an estimated wait time to experience Android 12 on our Motorola phones.

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Computer Science graduate and tech enthusiast. Love testing new tech gadgets ever since my first windows phone from Samsung. Working as a technical writer for more than five years, and I believe I have also developed good SEO skills. In my spare time, I like watching movies, and playing games.

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