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Motorola Droid Bionic Now a Year Old, Still Without Ice Cream Sandwich

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Over a weekend, a Motorola Droid Bionic strike a milestone. It incited a year old. However, it’s birthday jubilee was injured by a fact that a year later, it’s still using a same Android 2.3 Gingerbread software, with a further of some fixes, it was using when it launched all a approach behind in Sep of 2011.

On Sep 8th, 2011, Verizon finally launched a Motorola Droid Bionic. The launch came after a extensive check that saw a device, that was creatively announced during CES 2012, change from a strange design. Finally, after months of waiting, a Droid Bionic launched amidst lots of fad as a device not usually featured a dual-core processor and 4G LTE information speeds, though Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a many stream Android handling complement during a time.

Droid Bionic owners bought a phone meaningful that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was on a way. Google had announced a program during Google I/O 2011 and betrothed it someday after in a year.

Read: Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich Update Embarrasses Motorola Again.

Google kept a word and announced a program alongside a Galaxy Nexus in late 2011 and expelled a program and a device in a U.S. shortly thereafter.

Droid Bionic owners, who had usually been blindsided by a launch of a Droid RAZR, substantially suspicion that their device competence shortly see a ascent to Ice Cream Sandwich and all of a facilities and improvements it had to offer.

It’s now Sep 10th, 2012 and a Droid Bionic is not usually a year comparison though it still is but Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, an refurbish that many of a Droid brethren including a Droid 4, Droid RAZR MAXX and, we guessed it, a Droid RAZR have already received.

And while Motorola creatively betrothed Ice Cream Sandwich in early Q3 of this year, we now know that a refurbish is likely going to be rolling out someday this month, usually about 10 months after a Galaxy Nexus launched with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on board. Probably not what Droid Bionic owners had in mind when they bought a phone all those months ago.

Hopefully, with a introduction of a Android PDK, no smartphone owners will have to continue what Droid Bionic owners have had to continue again.


The Droid Bionic is still but Ice Cream Sandwich, a year after a release.

In any event, Happy Birthday Droid Bionic, and may we get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean before a jubilee of your second one.

Anyone out there woeful their purchase, or are we still amatory a Droid Bionic, a year after it was released?

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