Motorola doesn't have the best reputation for timely Android updates, but CEO Dennis Woodside claims the company is turning over a new leaf. He says that "most" Motorola devices released since 2011 will get upgraded to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean before the end of the year, but for those users who aren't so lucky? They'll get a $100 credit toward any new Motorola device announced today, including the Droid RAZR HD, the Droid RAZR Maxx HD, and — perhaps most enticingly — the $99 Droid RAZR M. We haven't heard anything on how to claim your money off (or your free dollar, in the RAZR M's case), but for more on Motorola's announcements today follow our liveblog of the event.
Motorola offering $100 credit to owners of devices that don't get Jelly Bean upgrade
Motorola offering $100 credit to owners of devices that don't get Jelly Bean upgrade/
Motorola is offering $100 credit to owners of 2011 devices that don't get upgraded to Jelly Bean.