Good news for Motorola RAZR owners, as a software update has landed. Well, for those of you in Europe, anyway. Our transatlantic cousins are having to wait.
Alas, it’s not Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) just yet. That’s potentially still a while away. Maybe.
The update is called SPU15, and is bundled with Android 2.3.6 (Gingerbread). It can be installed manually – if hasn’t already popped up automatically – from the Motorola RAZR’s Settings menu. It’s available now in the UK, as well as France, Italy and Spain.
SPU15 introduces additional Smart Actions, enhanced syncing and a revised easier-to-navigate Settings menu. Camera performance is also said to be improved, as is battery life, and there’s a security patch from Google too.
As for the long-awaited Ice Cream Sandwich update, it’s still anyone’s guess when it’ll drop. Motorola will only commit to Q2, which means it could arrive in as little as 10 days (not likely) or some time around the end of June.
Tell you what, I’ll give Christy Wyatt a text and see if I can find out.
via: Android Community