Motorola Updates Android 4.0 ICS Roadmap, Rollout Begins in Q2 | Wifi Walker, J B Chaparal Properties

Motorola Updates Android 4.0 ICS Roadmap, Rollout Begins in Q2

Motorola Mobility has usually rested a Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich skeleton with new information that competence advise a association is still struggling to recover a prolonged awaited update.

Although it’s not a usually handset builder that has nonetheless nonetheless to refurbish even a singular smartphone to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a fact that Motorola continues to check a recover of ascent doesn’t demeanour good.

This is not a initial time that Motorola promises to muster a Android 4.0 ICS for some a devices, though a association unsuccessful to broach and pushed behind a a refurbish again and again.

Today, Motorola posted new sum on a arriving ICS refurbish for all a devices, smartphones and tablets, and a things are looking bad.

For example, a DROID RAZR and DROID RAZR MAXX that were scheduled for an “early Q2” Android 4.0 ICS upgrade, are now approaching to accept a refurbish in a second entertain of a year.

Initially slated for an Android 4.0 ICS ascent in Q3 2012, Motorola PHOTON 4G’s refurbish has been pushed behind to Q4.

The same goes for Motorola XOOM Family Edition, that was creatively scheduled for a Q2 ICS rollout, though now it has been deferred for a third entertain of a year.

Owners of Motorola DROID 3 will be unhappy to learn that a association motionless to keep a smartphone to Android 2.3 Gingerbread, that means it will never get an central ICS ascent unless Motorola changes a mind.

Both Xyboard tablets have been reliable for an Ice Cream Sandwich refurbish in Q3 2012, while a general XOOM Wi-Fi and a US 4G chronicle should get their updates this quarter.

There are some good news as well. Motorola confirms for a initial time that DROID BIONIC will accept a ICS refurbish in “early Q3 2012.”

Lots of new and aged phones have also been reliable to sojourn on Gingerbread, such a Motorola DEFY MINI, DEFY+, MOTOLUXE and others. For a full list of changes check out Motorola’s strange thread.



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