Two months after release, Motorola’s Droid RAZR M is set to receive a much-anticipated update to Android 4.1 in the coming weeks. The Jelly Bean rollout was announced by the Google-owned manufacturer via Twitter, with Verizon also posting a support document confirming the release. That’s a faster turnaround time than what we’ve seen from other Android OEMs, no doubt aided by Motorola’s relatively streamlined and inoffensive software skin. It’s also likely that the company began working on this update even before the RAZR M disappointingly shipped with Android 4.0. But Motorola hasn’t been able to maintain such a brisk update schedule for every device in its lineup: the Droid Bionic only recently made the jump to Android 4.0.