Motorola has published further details concerning its Android software updates. Although the company has been notoriously bad for providing timely updates to its devices, at least it’s quite transparent (at least compared to other manufacturers) when it comes to announcing its update roadmaps. And now we have yet another example of that.
Sure, Moto may be ignoring loads of devices it’s released in the past 18 months, but at least those that it is planning on upgrading are sitting on a publicly accessible list. Literally. The list is here, containing information for all the regions in which Motorola has sold smartphones, and it’s been altered in the past 24 hours to communicate the fact that the Atrix HD will get its first taste of Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) sometime this month.
Motorola isn’t sure if it’s going to update its Xyboard tablets to Android 4.1 yet. Things may change in the future though, so keep an eye on that list. Speaking of which, if a particular device isn’t on that list, then unfortunately it won’t be receiving any more updates from Motorola.
Via Android Police
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