We did take the Motorola Photon Q out for an in-depth spin in September last year, and we are pleased to announce that at long last, owners of the Motorola Photon Q would be able to wrap their fingers around the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update. I guess this is a good thing, as at the very least, it gives additional mileage to the smartphone. Heck, older handsets released last year seem to be on a Jelly Bean roll lately, and the HTC One S is one of them, too. Just what will Android 4.1 Jelly Bean bring to the table other than a rather lengthy list of bug fixes?
Sprint and Motorola have worked together to deliver the Jelly Bean update for the slider smartphone, where the update is known as 9.8.2Q-122_XT897_FFW-5. Of course, this means your precious Motorola Photon Q would now be on the receiving end of the likes of Project Butter and Google Now that ought to make you fend off the clarion call of the Samsung Galaxy S4…at least for a while. Have you grabbed this Over The Air (OTA) update already, and assuming you answered in the affirmative, how has it been treating you?
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