Motorola has officially confirmed that an upgrade to the latest Jelly Bean edition of Android will soon be available for the Razr i smartphone.
The US phone-maker has updated its software upgrade page, confirming a roll out for Android 4.1 for Razr i variants in Europe and the Middle East sometime in the first quarter of next year.
Latin America and Mexico are also due for an upgrade but an exact ETA for this is yet to be confirmed.
The news will no doubt please owners, who are currently stuck on the ageing Ice Cream Sandwich. Hopefully that won’t be the case for much longer.
The Razr i, which received a glowing review when we put it through its paces, will benefit from numerous improvements to the OS when Jelly Bean finally lands, such as updated versions of native apps, a more accurate Face Unlock function, enhanced notifications and Android Beam, which lets you share photos and videos with other device more easily.
Users will also enjoy a smoother, faster user experience courtesy of ‘Project Butter’, offline voice typing and a greater scope for customisation thanks to resizable widgets.
We’ll be sure to let you know more about the Android Jelly Belly roll-out for the Motorola Razr i when we have more to share. Stay tuned.