Owners of a Motorola RAZR HD smartphone on the network of wireless carrier SFR can now download and install the Jelly Bean platform on their devices, the latest reports on the matter suggest.
Apparently, Motorola is pushing out the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean software version to the device, with all the features and capabilities it has been announced with packed inside.
Thus, users will enjoy features such as Google Now, along with the performance enhancements that Project Butter comes with.
As frandroid.com notes in a recent post, the update also brings along changes to notifications, voice commands, and support for 4G connectivity, which should become available in the country soon.
For the time being, there’s no info available on how long Motorola will need to update all devices to the new software release.