Three Verizon 4G LTE phones are slated to eat Google’s Ice Cream Sandwich in May.
If you’re one of a many, many Verizon subscribers watchful on your ascent to Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, chances are you’ll be watchful for utterly a while if we even get a ascent during all.
Last we heard, Verizon was merely giving a brief list of 4G LTE inclination a solidified treat, consisting of 14 smartphones and tablets from HTC, Motorola, Samsung and LG. So distant 3G smartphones aren’t even on a radar notwithstanding what manufacturers are stating such as Sony that claims a 2011 Xperia smartpones will accept a ICS ascent any day now. We’ll see if Verizon is that generous.
“It’s a solidified break that many in a Android village have been fervent to try given ICS launched in Dec 2011 on a Galaxy Nexus by Samsung,” Verizon teased behind in March. “The redesigned user interface includes many cold enhancements, including upgraded multitasking capabilities, notifications and Web browsing.”
We now have a small some-more information about Verizon‘s ICS rollout interjection to a leaked roadmap. According to a plan, a HTC Rezound will accept an over a atmosphere refurbish on May 9th, with a Droid Razr and Droid Razr Maxx following on May 21st. Both a 3G and LTE versions of a strange Xoom inscription are now in contrast with no smoothness date set as of yet.
Unfortunately, that’s it. Nothing else is now on Verizon‘s evident roadmap, definition that growth and contrast substantially hasn’t started on a company’s other inclination in a lineup. As for other competent inclination not on Verizon‘s Lucky 14 List, a Big Red pronounced final month that it will continue to refurbish a ICS ascent lineup as additional sum turn accessible via a year.
Outside a ICS upgrades, Verizon‘s roadmap for a week of Apr 24 shows that a LG Revolution, HTC Rhyme, LG Spectrum and Droid Bionic have updates in testing, or updates on hols and prepared to be rolled out. These updates are approaching to do zero some-more than squish bugs rather than ascent a whole OS.
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