If you like the latest in smartphones, you may be very interested in the Motorola Droid RAZR M model, the first one to actually offer an edge to edge screen. Also interesting is the fact that Moto has started offering the Jelly Bean update for this device and inaugurated a new Test Drive program.
Said program is similar to the previous soak tests that Motorola has been doing, but in a more exclusive way. Motorola mentioned that now they will only allow a select few hundred users to sign up for an early access to major updates, starting with Jelly Bean. The pre Jelly Bean users will have to stick with soak tests I guess, using the Motorola Feedback Network. As far as Droid RAZR M goes and its JB update, this model got the software update taking it to version 98.12.4, that gives it all the famous features like Google Now, a smoother UI and amplified notification area.
There’s also the automatic resize for widgets that are too big, an updated Circles widget, better data and connectivity quality, improved contacts sync and eliminated need to wait for manual or night time synchronization. If you own a Motorola Droid RAZR M and haven’t received the update, you should pull it yourselves, by going to Settings > About phone > System updates > Download.