Feb 25th, 2013

We’ve gotten more than enough tips to feel confident about this one: Motorola’s preparing a soak test for Verizon’s DROID RAZR and DROID RAZR MAXX. The first editions in the RAZR series will be getting Jelly Bean, though Motorola didn’t go into detail about which exact version. We imagine it won’t be anything higher than Android 4.1.2 as even Motorola’s latest phones haven’t gotten the absolute latest versions of Android yet. Users should still be quite satisfied for the time being, though.

The soak test will help Motorola in the final stretches of testing, and if things go smoothly we could see a rollout within the month. Don’t hold me to that estimation if it doesn’t pan out, though. If you’re signed up for Motorola’s soak test for these particular devices you’ll want to check your inboxes to see how to proceed, as I’m sure a ton of you will want to get your hands on the upgrade.

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