March 2019 hasn’t even arrived yet but owners of the Android One-totting Motorola Moto One have a new security patch rolling out dated March 1st.
The update has been confirmed by Motorola U.S., with the release notes already published on the official support page. The changelog doesn’t mention anything else apart from the new patch, but still, expect the update to perform general system optimizations and well fix any bugs from the previous update.
The Moto One is an Android One device. The beauty of this platform is that it’s always at par with Google when it comes to timely software updates. Still, Motorola’s reputation is built on the fact that it was one of the best back in the day with respect to timely software updates.
It’s worth noting that even Google itself has yet to make the March 2019 security bulletin official, so it’s just amazing to see the update is ready for a non-Google device.
Since the Pie-based update is airborne, it may take a few days before all Moto One units get the OTA, so be patient as you wait for your turn to arrive later this week or maybe early next week.