By Florin on 12 Apr 13
The betrothed central Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean refurbish for Motorola’s Droid Bionic will be finally rolled out starting Monday, Apr 15.
As always, a refurbish will be pushed in phases, so it will take a while until all Droid Bionic users get to suffer a advantages of Jelly Bean – which, in box we don’t know, include: Google Now, smarter notifications, softened Voice Search, extended keyboard, and many other tweaks and fixes. More sum on a refurbish are accessible here during a central Droid Bionic support page.
Slowly yet surely, Verizon has managed to move Jelly Bean to many of a critical Android handsets expelled in 2012, or even 2011. The Droid 4 is still using Ice Cream Sandwich, yet – yet it should get JB, too, eventually.
Launched by Verizon in a second half of 2011 using Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a Motorola Droid Bionic is no longer accessible for purchase. You can buy newer Motorola smartphones instead, like a Droid Razr HD ($99.99 on contract), Droid Razr Maxx HD ($199.99 on contract), or a above-mentioned QWERTY-equipped Droid 4 ($99.99 on contract).
Via Verizon, Droid-life
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