According to Gotta Be Mobile, invitations have been going out given final week for a Motorola Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich refurbish soak test. If all goes well, this could finish a prolonged wait users had to endure, as a refurbish from Android 2.3 Gingerbread to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) was creatively scheduled to take place “early in a third entertain of 2012.”
The tech site’s unknown source had reliable that a Ice Cream Sandwich soak exam would indeed be for a Droid Bionic and would take place on Friday, Oct 19.
No indeterminate rollout date for a refurbish was provided. Usually, if soak tests spin out well, afterwards a tangible refurbish should hurl out within a few days’ time.As soak tests routinely do not take prolonged to complete, afterwards a tangible refurbish could be out between Oct 22 and 26.
This would be unchanging with Motorola’s new rollout report for a ICS update, that would have it holding place someday in a fourth entertain of this year.
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On a other side of things, conjunction Motorola nor Verizon has reliable nonetheless that a soak exam would be holding place on a 19th.
There is always a pointless possibility this exam would be postponed. Both companies have notoriously been fugitive when it comes to informing business about rollout schedules or, some-more accurately, because pronounced schedules were pushed back. Many trust that Motorola and Verizon have behind a updates for a Droid Bionic to safeguard that a final build isn’t as cart as a strange updates for a Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX, that have yet to be fixed.
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