A new software update is headed out to Motorola RAZR handsets in the UK, Italy, France and Spain. The update brings the RAZR to firmware version SPU15 and brings along a few new features as well as the standard bug fixes and performance improvements. Users can expect a new user interface in the settings menu as well as the option to auto upload photos from the RAZR to a connected PC. The bulk of the update is dedicated to introducing new Smart Actions, including a VIP Caller Mode that allows a user to set specific rules for handling individual contacts (such as allowing only certain contacts to ring the phone at night).
Enhancements include better battery performance, improved stability, and some tweaks for the RAZR’s camera. The update also includes a Google security patch. The update will be automatically pushed to handsets. For more info see the changelog provided by Motorola.
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