On Thursday, mobile phone maker Motorola has made new changes to its Android update schedule, offering more info on the devices that will be provided with the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrade.
Thus, the company confirmed that Motorola Atrix HD, Motorola Xoom LTE, and Motorola Electrify M would be upgraded to the newer platform release, among others.
Starting with December 2012, owners of the ATRIX HD in the United States will receive the upgrade, after DROID RAZR HD and DROID RAZR MAXX HD started to receive it a few days ago.
Furthermore, the company reaffirmed that PHOTON Q (XT897) and ELECTRIFY 2 (XT881) would be upgraded to the Jelly Bean platform, but it did not offer a specific release timeframe for the update.
When it comes to ELECTRIFY M (XT901), however, users should expect the new platform release to land in the first quarter of the next year.
DROID RAZR (XT912), DROID RAZR MAXX (XT912), DROID 4 (XT894), and DROID BIONIC (XT875) will also taste the new operating system iteration.
Motorola also confirmed the availability of the platform update for RAZR HD (XT925) and ATRIX HD (MB886) in Canada starting with the first quarter of the next year.
RAZR i (XT890) is set to taste the new OS flavor in the EMEA region in Q1, 2013. RAZR MAXX (XT910) and RAZR (XT910) are confirmed to receive it as well, without a specific release window available as of now.
At the same time, the handset vendor said that Android 4.1 Jelly Bean would be pushed to RAZR M (Australia) in Q1 2013, and that RAZR HD would also taste it in Asia-Pacific starting with this month. The update will arrive on RAZR M (Japan) too at some point in the future.
Jelly Bean is also planned for RAZR i (LatAm – XT890 and Mexico – XT890), as well as for RAZR HD (XT925). RAZR (XT910) and RAZR MAXX (XT910) will receive it in select countries and carriers in Latin America.