Motorola has released the list of devices that will receive Android system updates soon and on that list is the smartphone RAZR I, which during the first trimester of 2013 will jump to the Jelly Bean version of operating system.
The RAZR smartphone I mounted a release in 2012 with a 2GHz Intel CPU running on the Ice Cream Sandwich system. Even then Motorola announced that it would be updated to the latest version of Android, but never gave an approximate date until now!
RAZR I Kevlar Coating
In addition, this device has a 4.3 inch screen of the type ‘Edge-to-Edge’ that makes the phone with practically no border surrounding the screen (making optimum use of wasted space), and a cover made of Kevlar to protect the phone, which also gives a touch of elegance.
The Jelly Bean 4.1.2 Android Operating System has some new improvements on the Ice Cram Sandwich OS like advanced voice functions, the Google Now application that provides information related to the place in which the phone is currently located. Motorola owned by Google claims that the RAZR I will be the first on the list to get those updates to Jelly Bean 4.1.2 during early 2013.