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Motorola’s answer to Jelly Bean upgrade woes: $100 off a new phone

Motorola’s answer to Jelly Bean upgrade woes: $100 off a new phone

Motorola’s answer to Jelly Bean upgrade woes: $ 100 off a new phone
News from ZDNet:

Summary: The Google-owned manufacturer is offering a cash incentive to people who own a recent Motorola phone that won’t be getting the Jelly Bean upgrade, so they can more easily buy a new Motorola phone that will get it.

Motorola is offering a $ 100 rebate to people in the US who own a recent Motorola phone that will not be getting an upgrade to Android ‘Jelly Bean’ 4.1, and who want to buy a new device from the company that will get the upgrade.

The Google-owned manufacturer said in early September that most of the devices it has sold since 2011 will get the Jelly Bean upgrade, which brings new features such as Google Now to the smartphone and tablet OS. However, in the words of a Motorola blog post on Friday, “we have a lot of ground to cover though, so we won’t be getting to all devices”.

“For those of you who won’t be receiving Jelly Bean, we’re offering a $ 100 rebate when you trade up to a select new Motorola smartphone,” the po…………… continues on ZDNet

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News from PC Magazine:

Topping tech headlines this weekend were rumors about what Google might announce at its Oct. 29 Android event.

Reports suggest that the company will show off two new incarnations of the Nexus 7 tablet, both rumored to carry 32GB of storage. A new smartphone may also be on the agenda – a 4.7-inch LG Nexus 4 with a 1,280-by-768 display and Android 4.2.

In other Android phone news, not all of Motorola’s family of smartphones will make the Jelly Bean jump, so the company will open a $ 100 trade-in program for anyone looking to move up…………… continues on PC Magazine

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