It wasn’t too long ago that the Motorola Xoom Android tablet received its Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update and it looks like the Xoom tablet is set to receive the next major Android update – Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Google did promise that the Xoom would be the first device to receive Android 4.1, which we guess isn’t all too surprising given that Google does own Motorola Mobility now. According to the folks at Droid-Life, members of the Motorola Feedback Network have confirmed that they have started to receive invites to test a new software.
While it was not explicitly mentioned that the new software will be Android 4.1, it stands to reason that it could very well be Android 4.1; after all Google did promise a mid-July release. This update will be hitting the WiFi version of the Xoom tablet first, but no word if Verizon’s Xoom tablet will be receiving the same treatment at the same time, if at all. Either way we will be keeping our eyes and ears open for more news, so be sure to check back with us at a later date to see if this update is indeed Jelly Bean.
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