Several tablets already have already received the newly released (in late July) Android 3.2 update that boasts improved backwards app compatibility and better hardware utilization among other goodness mostly geared towards developers. We’ve seen the Asus , Acer and even the Wi-Fi version of the Motorola Xoom get the update. The 3G and soon to be 4G (LTE) version of the Motorola was due out in August. Today, Verizon has started rolling out the update, but only to “soak test members” for now. At any rate, it’s expected to be available for everyone today or tomorrow as a few days earlier, Verizon posted information on the update on their website.
Key features of the update include screen scaling compatibility mode, SD Card support (use a file manager to view card contents), adaptive streaming support for movies (bitrate adjusted to suit users connection), movie rental improvements (screen resized when viewing via HDMI connection), a new EAS policy “allow password recovery” and improvements to Exchange ActiveSync and security.