Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi to Receive Android Jelly Bean Soon
Now Moto users can be delighted to know that Google’s latest dessert Jelly Bean is finally being served on their device very soon. Credit:Motorola
Google at this year's I/O conference announced that the latest Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean OS will be available for Nexus 7 tablets, Nexus smartphone and Motorola Xoom. While both the Nexus devices have already tasted Jelly Bean, Xoom was left out...till now. Now the Moto users will be delighted to know that Google's latest dessert is finally being served on their devices very soon.
According to an Android Central report, Motorola has started a soak-test and is sending an over-the-air Jelly Bean upgrade to Xoom Wi-Fi owners who signed up to test the software earlier.
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The report states that, regardless of carrier, all Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi owners in the U.S. will be getting the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, aka JRO03H update.
Jelly Bean, which was released just a month ago, is the fastest and smoothest version of the Android OS, claims Google. The "Project Butter" of JB provides silky smooth graphics and seamless response rate along with richer format of notification, accurate and more relevant dictionary, a sleek Voice Type feature, resizable widgets, Voice Search option, Android Beam (using NFC technology, users can share data), Google Now (right information at right time), Gesture Mode to reliably navigate the UI using touch and swipe gestures in combination with speech output, Knowledge Graph to show you search results in a richer way, improved camera, and many more.
Once released, Motorola's flagship Xoom Wi-Fi tablet will receive a major boost and will become a big hit among the tablet lovers.