Recent reports have revealed that Motorola has declared to grant a rebate of $100 to all US residents who are currently using the company's handset, which cannot be upgraded to the Android version, 'Jelly Bean' 4.1 and are planning to acquire a new Motorola phone that has been upgraded.
Early in September, the Google-owned company claimed that majority of the devices let out in the market since last year, 2011, have been upgraded with the Jelly Bean version. The android will help the user gain the benefits of latest added features, including Google Now to the smartphone and tablet OS.
However, a recent blog of the company read: "We have a lot of ground to cover though, so we won't be getting to all devices. Those who won't be getting upgrade are offered $100 rebate when they buy new Motorola smartphone".
It has been reported that the company has rolled out the deal only in US. However, the company asserted that it will be launching the scheme even in other countries.
The upgraded version Jelly Bean has been a significant move taken up by the company, but it failed to launch the version well enough, its roll out has not been up to the pace. Even after three months of launch, less than 2% of the OS devices support it.
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