Canada’s Motorola Razr HD LTE is getting served Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. An upgrade that was long overdue. Motoblur (Motorola’s custom UI) will share the stage, but thankfully, it isn’t nearly as intrusive like it was in the old days as the custom user interface has gotten a lot closer to resembling the real thing: stock Android.
Jelly Bean comes with features we’ve already grown all too familiar with, including Google Now, Project Butter (for UI smoothness), better voice recognition, enhanced notifications, a better keyboard, and etc. Motorola also notes that camera speed should be improved in the new Android 4.1-based firmware.
Canadian RAZR HD LTE owners should head to Settings > About phone > Software updates to grab the new firmware. Let us know how it went!
[via Android Central]