Participants wanted for latest Motorola DROID soak test

Participants wanted for latest Motorola DROID soak test
Motorola is asking owners of the Motorola DROID Ultra, Motorola DROID Mini and Motorola DROID Maxx to take place in a new soak test. You must be a member of the Motorola Feedback Network to be part of the soak test, and must agree to keep information about the test confidential. By updating a small number of handsets with new software, Motorola can test it out without putting a large number of phones at risk.

The update is believed to be similar to the one that recently was sent out to owners of the Motorola Moto X which improved the camera on that device. The focusing will be faster and switching between the front and rear camera will be faster. The voice activated touchless control will be improved as will be call quality. New features also will be coming along with improvements to Moto Care and Moto Assist.

We don't know when the update is coming, but with a soak test about to take place, if you own one of the three new Verizon branded Motorola DROIDs, keep your eyes and ears open.


source: Phandroid

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