Just a week ago we reported that a Jelly Bean soak test was in progress for the Droid RAZR and RAZR MAXX, and that it would start rolling out in phases. Now Verizon has officially began pushing the update out.
A new unnamed Motorola Android handset has been leaked today, but it doesn’t seem to be worthy of the Google X Phone title.
It’s been a while since we last saw Motorola unveiling a new smartphone, and, as much as we’d like to think otherwise, the X Phone won’t be out for a couple more months.
Even if the Motorola X Phone is not due out for at least a couple more months, it’s pretty obvious Google is the biggest threat to Samsung’s throne and the most likely candidate to crash the Galaxy S4 launch party.
Droid 4 owners have received invitations from Moto to participate in a soak test for a new software release. Though it hasn’t been confirmed yet, It’s likely users will get to preview Jelly Bean for the slider phone.
It’s been a rough ride for Motorola recently. Last October Motorola laid off 20% of its employees, but after another poor quarter the smartphone manufacturer needs to lay off another 10% of its staff.
After a very long wait, members of the Motorola Feedback Network are getting Jelly Bean for the DROID RAZR and DROID RAZR MAXX. Have you gotten the update yet?
Google’s CFO just dropped a bombshell. He said that the next few phones from Motorola are going to be drop dead boring and unimpressive. Hell of a quote!
The head of Android engineering at Google just reiterated the company’s stance that Motorola being treated the same as every other Android partner. Is that true though?
Apple’s former chief technology evangelist Guy Kawasaki has taken a job as an advisor to Motorola. His remit at Motorola includes product design, user interface, marketing, and social media.