Following Sony that recently announced the list of devices that will receive the Android Jelly Bean update, Motorola has also outted its version of the same list. The company that was acquired by Google months back has announced that it will be offering the latest version of Android to devices that were released in 2011 or later.
Not all Motorola devices are going to receive the update as the company has announced that it isn’t possible due to its big line up of Android devices. However to please its fans the company is offering a $100 rebate on certain of its devices for those whose devices are not eligible for the Jelly Bean update. The devices that are not going to get the Jelly Bean update are listed in the table below. Some of them include Droid 3, Droid Atrix 2, Droid X2 and more. They are listed on the left of the table.
The devices users can get a $100 rebate on include Atrix HD, Droid RAZR M, DROID RAZR MAXX HD, DROID RAZR HD, and more. They are listed on the right of the table and thus will receive the update.
As Droid-life reports, Motorola has also published the timeline for the release of the updates based on models and region. According to the table below DROID RAZR M, RAZR HD, RAZR MAXX HD will be upgraded to Android 4.1 before 2013, while company has not announced the dates for rest of the phones yet.