Motorola’s managing to keep Motorola RAZR owners happy, at least, with the company launching a general software update for all versions of the Android phone bought across Europe. There isn’t a huge number of new features, but there is at least the promise of “general improvements” to the camera app, a new motion rule within Motorola’s excellent Smart Actions feature, plus a few other tweaks.
And Evernote’s now pre-loaded, which is a strange thing to do on a phone that’s already out there. Here are the highlights of Motorola’s changelog of what’s new in this 651.73.30 software update:
New Evernote application – Save your ideas, things you like, things you hear, and things you see.
Camera – General improvements to camera performance
New Smart Rule Trigger – ‘Motion Detection’
Security features – Added new security features in the Google™ Android™ release
Phone stability – Improvements on call performance and Bluetooth® connectivity
Wi-Fi performance and stability General improvements to Wi-Fi connectivity
We do miss the old beast. Had a lot of fun playing with it. Looks like Motorola’s finally come up with a good internal system for pushing out updates rapidly, too.