Moto Edge 40 Neo starts receiving Android 14 update

If you own the Motorola Edge 40 Neo, I have some good news for you: Motorola has started rolling out the much-awaited Android 14 update for the mid-ranger. As usual, the staged rollout is currently available to a small percentage of users in India; a broader rollout to commence in a matter of time.

As per the details shared by the Moto Edge 40 Neo owner on the company’s community forum, the update weighs around 1.39GB in download size and seeding with the U1TM34.107-17-2 software version.

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Android 14 update for Moto Edge 40 Neo comes with a slew of useful features including lock screen customizations, monochrome themes with more color options, use your phone as a webcam, a new battery settings page, and even bigger fonts, improved privacy and security, and more. Also, check out the list of best Android 14 features for Motorola phones.

However, some users in the community forum also reported slow charging issues after updating to the newest update.

If you reside in India and own the Edge 40 Neo, then you can check the new update by navigating to Settings > System updates > Check for updates. If the update is not yet visible on your device, please wait for a few days.

Make sure to take a backup before updating your phone. Also, charge your phone to at least 50% before updating the device.

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