Motorola has begun offering upgrades to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) for the Motorola Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX, which in the U.S. is offered exclusively by Verizon.
The upgrades will take place in stages according to region and carrier.
The update to Android 4.1 provides users with Google Now, expanded notifications and voice search. Google Now notifications are generated automatically in real-time, providing users with useful information such as scores of the latest games, stock updates, and even weather and traffic updates. All of this information is updated on the fly without asking, so it’s available to users when they need it.
The expanded notifications features allow users to immediately respond to a missed call or text directly from the notification. Also, users will have added options to snooze on notifications (such as a meeting) or even email other participants to let them know that they’re running late.
Through the new voice search function. you can simply ask a question by voice and then receive either a spoken response or search results.
To get information about when the update will become available for your specific region or carrier, you can visit the Android upgrade page.