Originally approaching by many to hurl out towards a finish of a second entertain of 2013, a Android 4.1 Jelly Bean refurbish for a Motorola Droid Bionic should be out really soon, presumably someday this month. A new news claims that invitations for soak tests have been sent out to Droid Bionic users, a pointer that a tangible refurbish might not be too distant divided from rolling out to a ubiquitous public.
Despite a Droid Bionic being one of a final vital smartphone releases to get updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, it looks like Motorola is indifferent on a joining to have Jelly Bean rolled out to a owners as shortly as possible.
It wasn’t prolonged ago when Motorola betrothed a Q2 2013 rollout for a Jelly Bean refurbish for a Droid Bionic, and nonetheless a second entertain of a year covers April, May and June, many insincere a refurbish would take place in June, presumably towards a finish of a month.
Fortunately, Droid-Life’s news suggests that a refurbish might indeed be an early Q2, and not a late Q2 update, due to a new array of soak exam invites sent out.
Provided a soak exam goes well, it shouldn’t be prolonged before a tangible refurbish rolls out, yet once a refurbish does start rolling out, it will be finished in phases – this could take a while, though hopefully it won’t. Once released, Android 4.1 will come with several useful new facilities for Droid Bionic users, including a much-vaunted Project Butter (for smoother UI interaction) and Google Now.
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