Motorola has upgraded one of its application Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to be used for its Intel-powered Razr i smartphone.
The initial distribution of 300B patch has been started in France, while shortly it would e launch in UK and entire Europe as well.
The new advancement includes all the last development made previously for excellent 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) build, which is installment in your handset the user will generally get the faster performance on the device.
Motorola has also made some fine adjustment its Razr i, the new tweaks are not burden the device, but for a quick settings page in the hand set swipes in from the left.
The new update will be available to your device itself through air; and for better and quick accessibility for the app user may download over a Wi-Fi connection.
The launch of the app in France gets a positive result, from the user of the handset. Mostly users report that by accessing, the new app their device has performing better, but it is not evident that what kind of changes has been made to the Motorola launcher.
The company on Intel’s single-core 2GHz Atom processor is using its app Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0, this app has already performing better, and this out put of Intel’s single-core 2GHz Atom processor has impress its user and makes a persuasive discussion regarding the importance of multi-core in the ongoing ‘core wars’ debate in market.
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) after performing excellently through its single-core 2GHz Atom processor in Smartphones has been named as the “Top Dividend Stock of the Dow”.
According to most recent publication of “Dividend Rank” from Dividend Channel, Intel Corporation shares show both strong profitability metrics and attractive valuation metrics.
The report claimed that Intel Corp has also declared a strong quarterly dividend history, and the company has also some constructive long-term year over year growth rates in major fundamental data points.
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