Motorola Mobility has reached out to owners of the Wi-Fi-only XOOM tablet asking them to participate in a voluntary software test, which suggests that the company is working on deploying a build of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean soon. The invitation was recently sent out to XOOM Wi-Fi owners who have registered with Motorola's Feedback Network. The full invitation reads as follows:

Hi. Thanks for joining the Motorola Feedback Network. We would like to invite to you take part in a software test for owners of the U.S. Wi-Fi Xoom. If you are not using a U.S. Wi-Fi Xoom, please excuse and ignore this message.

If you're interested in testing new software and providing feedback about your experience, please fill out this short registration form: We recommend you respond as quickly as possible as start times are generally fluid. Please be patient if we don't contact you right away — and be prepared for a launch at any time. When we're ready to begin we will send an email with more information, if you register successfully.

Regards, Matt Motorola Feedback Network Motorola Owners' Forum

We're only speculating this is an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean test, but it makes sense because Google has already confirmed that the Wi-Fi XOOM will be among the first devices to receive the latest build of Android.

[via AndroidCentral]