Those in the UK with a Motorola RAZR i will be happy to knowe that a fresh new upgrade is headed straight for your handset. The upgrade will bring you up from Ice Cream Sandwich to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, and with that comes a whole slew of new features, including Google Now, Project Butter, face unlock, new notifications and more.
It sounds like the upgrade is headed out in your typical staggered fashion so don’t be alarmed if you’re not seeing it right away. Those in the first wave of the rollouts might have already gotten a notification, but if you want to try your luck at forcing it you can head to the Settings > About Phone menu to give the update checker a whirl.
That said, there’s still a chance you won’t be able to find the upgrade waiting for you on the data waves so sit tight if nothing pops up. The RAZR i isn’t Motorola’s most impressive device in the world, but it’s a very solid offering from the Chicagoan company and we’re glad to see it getting the upgrade love that it deserves. Let us know how things go in the comments section below!
- Android version breakdown for June 2014
- Android 4.3 for EVO 4G LTE [DOWNLOAD]
- Android distribution numbers show Jelly Bean
- HTC confirms EVO 4G LTE’s Android 4.3 J
- Check out the Motorola RAZR i forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
TAGS: Jelly Bean, Motorola RAZR I