After scarcely a year of pang with Gingerbread, Droid Bionic owners who haven’t given adult on their phone will finally be rewarded with that long-awaited ICS update; a rollout starts Oct 19th, according to Verizon. Those who get it will accept a new customizable launch bar, a approach entrance close screen, extended notifications, Motorola’s SmartActions app, Face Unlock, easier multitasking, and many other goodies many Android owners have enjoyed for awhile now. It looks like Motorola Mobility indeed done good on some of its promises to fix a handset that has suffered a series of opposite problems given a launch (which itself took almost 9 months from a initial announce date). However, now that Jelly Bean has taken over as a firmware of choice with no word nonetheless if that’ll come to a Droid Bionic, we consternation if it’s too little, too late.
Update: We’ve schooled from a comments, Motorola’s owners support forum and its possess Facebook page that a association is formulation on rolling out Jelly Bean to a Droid Bionic “in a entrance months” so don’t remove wish only yet, Bionic faithful.
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