updated 10:25 pm EST, Mon February 6, 2012
Users still wait for Ice Cream Sandwich
Motorola has released software updates for its Droid Razr and Droid Razr Maxx smartphones, bringing a number of minor tweaks and bug fixes. The Android 2.3.6 build, which was announced in December, resolves issues related to mobile hotspot functionality and visual voice mail, while improving stability when switching through the home screen panes.
The release also promises to improve 4G data throughput, particularly in situations with weak signals or when exiting airplane mode. The company also suggests users may experience battery life improvement when using certain Bluetooth headsets.
The over-the-air update is said to be rolling out this week. Motorola has promised an Android 4.0 upgrade, however the time-frame remains unclear. [via Android Central]