Although the two carriers haven’t officially announced the roll-out, several Rogers and Fido customers said that they have received the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update on their Motorola Razr HD.
Whether you own the single- or dual-band Defy XT on Republic Wireless, a software update for your rugged phone is now available to download and install via OTA.
Owners of the RAZR i in France are waking up today with a prompt asking them to download a 300 MB software update that gives them Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Now what about the rest of the world?
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. With that in mind, Verizon has now announced the Motorola Droid RAZR M is getting a makeover in the form of a new pink variant of the handset.
Google’s releases of quarterly financial reports are always big topics of interest for us. And not just because they’re constant reminders of the company’s strength and stability.
According to the latest report from Counterpoint Research, the top 2 spots in the U.S. handset market are held by proponents of Google’s mobile OS, Samsung and LG.
The next few months will see some big name manufacturers launching their flagship smartphones. But if battery life is what’s at the top of your wish list, you may want to consider getting the undisputed champ in that department.
For the umpteenth time, Rogers has delayed rolling out the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for some of its devices. How long will customers have to wait?
Still rocking the Motorola Atrix 4G, despite the fact it is has been stuck with Android 2.3 Gingerbread all this time? Your patience might finally be paying off. It seems that ICS could be heading to the Atrix 4G soon.
Dan Rosenberg has announced that he has successfully achieved root access on Droid Razr devices running Jelly Bean, thereby claiming a $450 bounty funded by users looking for a solution to root their handsets