Motorola has been on a hot streak lately with software updates for many of their impressive Android smartphones. One that is getting updated today - although not the update we want - is the QWERTY keyboard packing PHOTON Q slider. As the title implies, this isn't Jelly Bean but you'll want to accept the update anyways as usual.
Motorola recently updated many of their top end devices to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. That includes the RAZR HD, and briefly the original RAZR and RAZR MAXX got the same on Christmas, although that update was since pulled and is missing in action. The last PHOTON Q update was back in November, but today another will grace your handsets.
The good news: Motorola and the Now Network are rolling out a quick OTA software update to version ASA-14 for the PHOTON Q that should improve overall usage, speed, performance, and reliability of the smartphone. The bad news is that they didn't give us any other details. the changelog literally says, "Various fixes to improve overall device stability."
Either way an update is an update, and there's bound to be someone somewhere that has been having issues with stability that should see improvements after this update. Motorola recently confirmed Jelly Bean was coming to multiple new smartphones in early 2013 - the PHOTON Q included - so it's only a matter of time before this gets the latest and greatest. Stay tuned and drop us a comment if you notice any big changes after the update.
[via Android Police]