Motorola kickstarts its Android 14 rollout campaign with Moto G53

It’s been four months since Google officially announced the Android 14 update to the public. Since then, many smartphone OEMs have released new software upgrades for their eligible devices. Samsung and OnePlus are nearing the completion of the rollout, while Motorola, just like last year, is joining the race a bit later. The company has started rolling out the Android 14 update to its affordable G-series phone, Moto G53.

Update: The Android 14 is now rolling out to Moto G53y and Moto G53s in Japan with build number U1TPJ34.29-83.

A Moto G53 user, Marcos Santana, tipped the information to TudoCelular. As per the details, the update is seeding with U1TP34.29-37-2 software version number with a size of around 1.86GB for download. For the time being, the update is rolling out in Brazil, a wider rollout should commence in the coming days.

Moto G53 Android 14 update

Moto G53 picks up the Android 14 update with the December 2023 security patch, and there’s no information related to the January build. One of the best things about the Android 14 update for Motorola devices is, that it brings new customization options to the lock screen, with the ability to change clock font, color, widgets, and more.

Here’s your first look at the new customization features, shared by MotoFanBoy on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/FanboyMoto/status/1748007919113900233?s=20

Other than the customization options, you can access the built-in Android 14 features such as monochrome themes with more color options, use your phone as a webcam, a new battery settings page, even bigger fonts, improved privacy and security, and more.

The wait is finally over, you can now upgrade your Moto G53 smartphone to Android 14. If you live in Brazil, you may have already received the OTA notification, if not, you can manually check for new updates in Settings > System > System Updates. The update is currently rolling out in a staged manner and will be available to everyone in the coming days, you can wait if the update is not visible on your device.

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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