For those people who have been living in France, they might have experienced the posh and push of the Motorola RAZR i smartphone using the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update. A little too bad for those who are living in the UK because the upgrade has not been extended to them and to other European countries out there but there is good news because Motorola officially announced that it will also roll out the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update ready to download and be enjoyed in UK today.
Motorola first handed out the updates in France to see how it’ll work in there and the demand made it possible that in over a week later France, UK owners of the RAZR can now also enjoy the newest Jelly Bean update for their phone. The upgrade is generally targeting Motorola phones which are still using the older version of the Jelly Bean 4.1 especially for those RAZR i smartphones. Using the now improved version of the Jelly Bean update allows you to enjoy improvements and new features like the Google Now. There is also a better voice search function, Project Butter enhancement, enhanced process for notifications, and certain specs improvement like working with your cameras and many more exciting features like the use of Face Unlock.
The official blog of Motorola said that the Motorola RAZR i UK owners will be benefited as well of having the update although it would be done in phases. Therefore, the rolling out of the update will be done bits by bits, section by section. However the overall process seems to be worth the wait as the update will be providing better user experience particularly with Google applications with the said handset.
Downloading the new Android Jelly Bean upgrade for the RAZR i is easy as it can be done using your Wi-Fi without costing you anything. You only have to go to your phone Settings and select the About Phone menu. The System Updates icon will automatically notify you of the update and you can manually select it from there. Just make sure that you have a full battery upon doing the update for you to complete up the process.
The Motorola RAZR i is actually Motorola’s very first smartphone that is powered using Intel Atom Z2460 unit clocked at 2.0 GHz which is definitely an Intel processor. The phone also comes with a PowerVR SGX540 GPU and 1GB of RAM, a 4.3 super AMOLED advanced screen display on a 540 x 960 pixels of resolution. The phone’s memory can cover up 8GB if internal storage space and be expanded using microSD cards. Its camera boasts of an auto focus feature, LED flash and full HD video recording support at 8 megapixels. It also carries the standard Wi-Fi connectivity band of 802.11 a/b/g/n and is dual band.
Since the UK update will be running and rolling out in phases, those who have unlocked terminals will be the first owners to enjoy and receive the updates right on their phones. That’s why if you are one of those many people in the UK waiting for this update for your Motorola RAZR i phone and you still don’t have it, you might need to wait a while longer or check whether you can download the update manually by getting through your phone’s settings and check for system or software update.