Moto G60 receiving Android 12 update in India

Motorola has started rolling out a new software update to Moto G60 users in India. The latest OTA update brings the stable Android 12 update. The Moto G60 is a mid-range phone which was released last year with Android 11 out of the box. The device is now securing its first major OS update in the form of Android 12.

Motorola has already kicked off the Android 12 update for the Moto G60 users in Mexico, which is now expanding to India. The latest software update comes with the S2RI32.32-20-7 build version. It package has a download size of 1.30GB. To download such a bulky update, it is recommended to have a Wi-Fi connection for a smooth installation.

There are a lot of exciting features to explore after installing the Android 12 update. More details on this are given below. As always, the latest OTA update for the Moto G60 should be rolling out in batches. Hence, it may take a couple of days to reach all users. In case you have not received a software update notification on your Moto phone, navigate to Settings > About phone > System to check if you have a chance to upgrade your phone right now.

Moto G60 Android 12 update

Every Android update is exciting, but Android 12 is something more special. It brings the Material You feature with Dynamic Color support. Android 12 uses a color extraction algorithm to extract colors from the existing wallpaper, and the Material You feature applies them to all elements on your phone to match the look and feel. There are changes made to the layout, fonts, colors, icon shape, sound, font size, and dark theme. Privacy indicators have been added in Android 12. Whenever an app accesses the camera, location, or microphone, you’ll see an icon at the top-right of the screen.


Vicky Kumar
Vicky Kumar
Vicky Kumar is a close follower of tech especially when it comes to smartphone. He is passionate to write about the new updates in technology. When he is not working, you'll find him watching cricket highlights or surfing the web.

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