Verizon’s DROID RAZR Update Is Ready To Slice Some Bugs, Rolling Out Soon

Verizon has an update ready for the DROID RAZR and it’s set to bring improved 3G/4G data connectivity among other things. The “soak test” has already begun, along with the support documentation being added to the Verizon site. While there’s no official ETA at the moment, the document shown above let’s us know what users can expect to be included in the update:

  • – SIM error notification has been fixed.
  • – Improved camera features and quality.
  • – Improved stability of menu access, browser, phone dialer, video playback and music player to prevent force-close errors and lockups.
  • – Updated group message notification in e-mail.
  • – Improvement in 3G/4G data connectivity.
  • – Maintain network connection upon completion of a voiec call.
  • – Background color has been adjusted to improve readability in Lapdock connection UI menu items.

Verizon seems to have worked fast to get this update of fixes out. Perhaps they are trying to avoid potential returns as the Galaxy Nexus is now available. Either way, once this update hits, there will be a bunch of happy DROID RAZR owners. If you’d like to manually check to see if the update is ready for your device, simply head into Settings>About phone>System updates to check.

via Droid-Life