By Stephen Schenck | December 19, 2011 1:38 PM
Now that Google has released an Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Nexus S, it’s just a matter of time before another manufacturer follows suit with an Android 4.0 update of its own (and no, we’re not counting the incomplete early versions we’ve seen from some). So, for the immediate future at least, every time we hear of a new update arriving our thoughts turn to Ice Cream Sandwich. Today, we got news of an update that’s on its way out to owners of the Motorola Droid RAZR on Verizon, but they won’t be seeing Ice Cream Sandwich just yet.
What the update does contain is an assortment of bugfixes and tweaks, including some that sound like pretty nice improvements. Network stability is a major part of this release, which includes fixes dealing with everything from voice, to 3G data, to LTE.
The release notes don’t specify what exactly’s changed, but we’re intrigued by the claim that this update improves camera image quality and adds some additional features.
There are all sorts of general stability improvements, which should cut down on any unexpected freeze-ups. Notifications for group messages will now display correctly, and the source of SIM-related errors has been tracked-down.
Look for the Droid RAZR update to start hitting phones today.