Motorola are preparing an update for their keyboard-touting DROID 4 smartphone. We've received multiple tips that Motorola is sending out invites for their beta test, the Motorola feedback network, and an update is coming soon to the handset. We're expecting Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with this update, but can't say for sure.
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DROID 4 owner and have been wondering when your QWERTY keyboard packing phone would see Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, that might be soon. We are getting multiple reports that in the usual fashion, Motorola is sending out invites for feedback members to try a new update for the DROID 4. Most likely this is Ice Cream Sandwich.
DROID 4 slider might be next out of the freezer for an update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Many users were getting worried with the lack of update information from Verizon and Motorola but today an official build right from Motorola has leaked of Android 4.0 ICS for the DROID 4. More details below for the few interested.
over at XDA have found that Motorola's recent hardware for Verizon features global GSM roaming bands (not unlike the HTC Rezound). With a little hacking, they found that these LTE devices could accept SIM card from AT&T and T-Mobile, making them transferable to a huge portion of American carrier customers.
RAZR isn't the only Moto phone set to get an update this week. The Motorola DROID 4 QWERTY slider is also getting updated according to Verizon. Being the first OTA update for the DROID 4 you can expect mainly bug fixes at this point -- and no Ice Cream Sandwich just yet but that should be coming eventually. Read on for more details on the update.
DROID 4 QWERTY keyboard slider has only been available for a few days and was just released late last week. Thanks to those awesome developers it appears that we already have a full root method for the device, as well as a script to make the entire process simple for those looking for a little root access.
iFixit fashion we have another Android device tear down. This time around the Motorola DROID 4 gets cracked open, and tore down to reveal everything under the hood of Motorola's fourth DROID slider. From the CPU to the 4G LTE chip and more we can see everything and how it works from the images and details provided.
DROID 4, available starting today from Verizon Wireless. Being the first DROID slider with all the essential main ingredients: dual-core, 4G LTE, and obviously a slide-out QWERTY hardware keyboard can this rule them all? Or will it just be another DROID like the rest? If you love a hardware keyboard or are a die-hard fan of the original DROID you'll want to stay tuned for the verdict.
DROID 4. Just arriving on our test bench we decided to quickly snap some photos and look over the latest iteration in the popular DROID line before giving it a full rundown. At first glance you'd almost mistake this for the new DROID RAZR, only the screen is slightly smaller and we have that all important keyboard. Coming in with specs similar to what the DROID 3 should have been, the D4 has some impressive power under the hood in more ways than one.
DROID Bionic it appears we have another one of those situations on our hands. The DROID 4 has been delayed time and time again from initial leaks suggesting a December 8th launch. We've seen plenty since then but newest details could confirm February 10th is the real deal.