People,who all own Motorola’s Droid RAZR M will be having a smile on their faces. We know not all Motorola handsets will be lucky enough to have Jelly Bean OS, but the Droid RAZR M, on the other hand, is now being prepped to get Android 4.1.
According to Verizon, the 4.3-inch, Kevlar-sporting device can now be added to the growing list of devices running Jelly Bean, with the carrier noting that the fresh update will officially start rolling out to customers from November 9th in phases. The phone maker did not specify exactly when the rollout will be complete.
Verizon has posted a support document about the 254.1 MB update, noting it will take up to 30 minutes to download, depending on network conditions. After downloading the software, installation should take another 15 to 30 minutes, during which you’ll be unable to make or receive calls.
The update is “packed with new features and apps to help you tackle your busy day, like Google Now, Voice Search and better notifications,” Motorola said on its website. Google Now, described as an “intelligent personal assistant” provides information like how much traffic you’ll hit on the way to work or what time the train will arrive when you’re standing on the platform. Voice Search, meanwhile, let’s you speak your question directly into the phone.
You’ll also now be able to take action directly from notifications, saving you some time and hassle. For example, when you get a reminder for a meeting, you can tap once to snooze, or email the person you’re meeting to say you’re running late. If you missed a call, you can text the person directly from the notification.
There’s also Android Beam for sharing photos, offline voice typing, an improved photo gallery, and a more accurate text prediction system.
“So what are you waiting for, Get your droid updated to new jelly bean today and enjoy it’s new cool features.”