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Rumor has it that Xoom WiFi owners in the US could soon be on the receiving end of yet another software update, though this time 'round it'd be a virtual jar full of that colorful and buttery smooth Android 4.1. According to a recent changelog received by Droid Life, the Jelly Bean refresh will bring a number of features previously seen on Google's Nexus 7 over to Moto's 10-inch slate -- some of which include an improved UI with the "smoothest version of Android," a new look for Mountain View's search, smarter overall keyboard and widgets that "work like magic." No word on when exactly we'll see the alleged build (JRO038) hit WiFi-only Xooms here in the States, but at least there's some tasteful hope for you.

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