Earlier in the day, the tech blogosphere was alight with news that the Electrify M – a variant of the Razr M on U.S. Cellular – is getting its serving of Jelly Bean, but this may not turn out to be the case.
Motorola devices get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update in Q1 2013
Motorola introduced its bootloader unlocking program a few months ago, one that’s designed to let power users tinker with their devices more easily. While the majority of the supported handsets are those that come with the “Developer Edition” label, sold at an unsubsidized price, Moto has added the soon-to-be-released Electrify M to the club.
Motorola ELECTRIFY M announced for US Cellular, arrives for online sales on November 8
US Cellular customers now have another option in terms of 4G LTE smartphones. The latest device is the Motorola ELECTRIFY M, which will be available on November 8. The pricing will vary depending on whether you live (or do not live) in a 4G LTE covered location.
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