Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) represents a fairly significant leap over Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0), and as such Motorola users are patiently awaiting the beans of jelly like a child patiently (ahem) awaits Christmas.
Motorola updated its Jelly Bean schedule thingy a few weeks ago, and it appears to have quietly thrown in a few more tweaks as 2012 bowed out.
A total of four Motorola handsets are set to receive Jelly Bean this quarter, namely the Electrify M (US), Motorola Razr HD (Canada), Motorola Razr i (UK), and Motorola Razr M (Australia).
In addition, the US 3G Motorola Xoom will see Android 4.1 in Q1 2013, which brings its support cycle to an impressive two years, though it is sort-of-a Nexus device.
Looking at the other European devices in particular, the Motorola Razr and Razr Maxx “Will be upgraded to Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) for select countries and carriers”.
The Motorola Razr HD, of course, began seeing Jelly Bean in December 2012.
As for the Motorola Xoom tablets (including the Xoom 2 and Xoom 2 Media Edition), they still haven’t heard the “Will remain on ICS” death knell, so there’s still a modicum of hope there.