Motorola Xoom users will be means to stay cold this summer with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, entrance to a inscription Jun 4.
The Xoom will be a initial Verizon Wireless inscription to start updating to a latest Android OS, bringing with it upgraded functionality like speech-to-text record and finger-swipe presentation dismissal.
Users will also be means to customize a new launch bar, according to Verizon, as good as emanate folders to entrance frequently used apps on a homepage.
The refurbish will embody betrothed opening improvements to email, messaging and data, as good as device facilities like softened fortitude and imaging capabilities.
According to Verizon, business can design ICS upgrades to several handsets in a entrance months, including HTC’s ThunderBolt, Rhyme and Rezound, Motorola’s Droid Bionic, Razr and Xyboard, Samsung Galaxy Tabs and a Spectrum and Lucid by LG.
Last weekend, Motorola released a teaser video that showed off ICS on a Droid Razr.
The Asus Transformer Prime became a initial inscription to strictly run Android 4.0 when it earned an ascent early this year. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was a initial smartphone to be expelled with a upgraded OS in a U.S.
T-Mobile, meanwhile, tweeted currently that a Samsung Galaxy S II will be removing a Ice Cream Sandwich diagnosis starting Jun 11.
For more, see Which Phones Have Android 4.0 ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ Now? Also see PCMag’s review of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and a slideshow below, as good as a review of a Motorola Xoom.
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