By Anton D. Nagy | March 28, 2012 3:38 AM
Not long ago we told you that users have received “soak test” invites for an upcoming firmware update for their Motorola Xoom WiFi. At that moment we were wondering whether it will be just a bugfix release, Android 4.0.4 or Android 4.0.5.
It looks like the mystery has been solved, at least according to an e-mail received by the good folks at Droid-life. It will be Android 4.0.4 — with build IMM76 — which will bring, in addition to a newer platform version, the following: quicker screen rotation, a new setting to choose whether the power button immediately locks the device or not, Microsoft Exchange improvements with additional EAS policies, better phone number recognition, camera and image quality improvements as well as stability improvements. Make sure to watch for that upcoming update notification.