It hasn't been long since Motorola launched the new version of its Moto G handset here in India. While the smartphone anyway comes with the latest software on-beard, it seems like the company has pushed out a minor software update for the smartphone in several countries, including India.
Going by the official changelog for the update, the new update replaces the default launcher with the Google Now launcher, apart from including some bug fixes. Well, it isn't much, but anything is acceptable at this point.
While the changelog mentions about the superficial advantages of the new update, according to XDA users, the update also changes the Powered by Android Bootimage with a new design, apart from some improvements in the auto brightness.
"We are excited to announce a new software update for Moto G (2nd Generation) by Motorola. This update brings the Google Now Launcher as well as a few bug fixes for your new Moto G," the official changelog states.
The new v21.11.23 update for the new Motorola Moto G is 120.8MB in size and is available over-the-air. To access it, go to Settings -> About -> System updates -> Check now to check for the updates manually.
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