Verizon is now sending out an update to three of its Motorola Droid smartphones – the Droid Razr HD, Razr Maxx HD and the Razr M. Only yesterday we saw Verizon updating the support page of the Droid Razr HD and the Razr M with Android 4.4 related details, so this was along expected lines. It’s quite a significant update considering that the handsets were launched in late 2012, which shows commitment on the part of Verizon and Motorola to keep their older devices updated.
These handsets feature a skinned version of Android which also explains the delay in the rollout. The update will introduce the customary Android 4.4 specific changes, but will also bring some updates to WiFi, security and a few of Verizon’s apps like Zap. The update has started seeding to devices now although it might not appear immediately on all devices.
Verizon is also sending a minor update to its trio of Droid devices like the Droid Ultra, Droid Maxx and the Droid Mini. These devices are already running on an older version of KitKat, so there aren’t a lot of changes here.
Via: Android Police