Motorola just recently started asking members of its Feedback Network to sign up for a new software test for the Motorola XOOM WiFI edition. What's particularly exciting about this is the timing of it. It is very possible that this update may be more than just the typical bug fix treatment, and may in fact be Jelly Bean. During the Google Keynote at I/O this year, the WiFI Motorola XOOM was listed with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S as amongst the first devices to get Android 4.1. Google suggested a delivery time in July, so it is logical to presume that Jelly Bean could be this software update for which Motorola is asking for testers.

What do you guys think? Good logic or jumping to conclusions and wishful thinking?

Source: XoomForums via Phandroid