Motorola is one of those companies that prefer not to leave it in the dust with old Android versions. That said, the American manufacturer has just started rolling out Android 4.1.2 Jellybean to its former flagships, the RAZR and RAZR MAXX.
This update brings every Jellybean goodies to the table, including Project Butter, Google Now, etc. Motorola’s proprietary skin is also present, though it comes in a stripped-down form. Namely, the OEM decided to remove some Motoblur elements, like Social Location, MOTOACTV, MOTOPRINT apps, and My Gallery, My MOTOCAST, My Music, Picture>Slideshow, Social Location, Sticky Note, Weather and World Clock widgets, which may be a good or bad thing depending on your preference. Some of the apps were replaced with their AOSP counterparts, like the Alarm Clock, Gallery, Music, and so on.
The update is spread over-the-air, so everybody could update their devices hassle-free. If you still haven’t received an update notification, go to Settings/About phone/Check for updates and proceed to update your RAZR.