As you may know by now, none of the three RAZR’s announced came with Jellybean on them. Motorola is saying that update will come by years end. Motorola didn’t just stop there and I think their being owned by Google is having some influence. Motorola is saying that if your respective phone doesn’t get Jellybean then they will knock off $100 on your upgrade to one of the three phones revealed at the press conference.

At this moment in time there aren’t a lot of details known. Motorola is saying that they will update as many of their phones as possible to Jellybean. They say that all of their 2011 phones and 2012 phone will get the update. If there is a way to win back customer loyalty, this is a fine way to start.

Via: Droid-Life

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