Earlier in the month, Motorola pumped their upper mid-range RAZR series with a Jelly Bean update. And if you remember correctly, that was around the time that the parent company, Google, was cutting jobs at Motorola Mobility and spending more time focusing on their long-awaited Google X phone. Well, it’s nice to see that Motorola phones are still in business and receiving system updates.
Thanks to Droid-Life, we have learned that Droid RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD users may begin accessing a downloadable update, Build 9.16.6. It was approved by Verizon at the end of last week and has been available to a “select group of testers for a couple of days” since.
The install will bring improved audio quality, “connectivity all around,” and a better camera. We’re not a hundred percent sure what that means yet and when I looked for the install on my phone Friday morning, it wasn’t yet available.
To see if your Motorola Droid RAZR HD or RAZR MAXX HD is ready for it, use the following prompts: Settings>About Phone>System Updates.