Motorola has announced that its new RAZR will get an update to Android 4.0 – Ice Cream Sandwich – in Q1 of 2012. That means early next year to you and me. The smartphone, which was designed for Android Gingerbread, will have all the functionality of the outgoing OS ported over to Google's new Honeycomb-like OS.
So if you snap up Moto's new iPhone 4S rival, you'll not only get what is reported to be the thinnest smartphone in the world (at just 7.1mm thick) but tons of cool ICS features like Photo Lock, app folders, WebOS style gestures, scrollable and resizeable widgets plus a panorama mode and image editor for that 8MP snapper.
The first Android ICS phone, Samsung's Galaxy Nexus, better watch its back.
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