Two months after release, Motorola’s Droid RAZR M is set to accept a much-anticipated update to Android 4.1 in a entrance weeks. The Jelly Bean rollout was announced by a Google-owned manufacturer around Twitter, with Verizon also posting a support request confirming a release. That’s a faster turnaround time than what we’ve seen from other Android OEMs, no doubt aided by Motorola’s comparatively streamlined and harmless module skin. It’s also expected that a association began operative on this update even before a RAZR M disappointingly shipped with Android 4.0. But Motorola hasn’t been means to say such a sprightly update report for any device in a lineup: a Droid Bionic usually recently done a jump to Android 4.0.
Announcing Android™ 4.1 for a DROID RAZR M BY MOTOROLA, now rolling out in phases: moto.ly/41announce
— Motorola Mobility (@Motorola) November 9, 2012
The new module also brings Isis functionality to a handset. So if we occur to be in one of dual exam markets where a mobile payments height launched final month, we might be means to leave your wallet during home once a update lands. Android 4.1 will be distributed to users “in phases” in a entrance days and weeks, according to Motorola.
Update: Motorola has published a blog post announcing a update, and a association is also divulgence some engaging tidbits about how it skeleton to proceed module releases in a future. Citing a Android community’s ardent direct for timely updates, Motorola is rising a new Test Drive program. Starting with Android 4.2, it will discharge preview versions of updates forward of their open rollout. Unfortunately it appears not everybody who signs adult will have entrance to these preview builds, with Motorola observant any will be singular to “a few hundred consumers.” The full sum of Test Drive will be common soon.
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