Motorola has a fantasist list available for users who are interested in learning when Ice Cream Sandwich should be coming to their smartphone or tablet. Two months ago, we saw the company update that list with its latest data, advising that the international RAZR would be seeing ICS arrive sometime in Q2 2012. We already knew that ICS was a lock for the Droid RAZR on Verizon, as the carrier had published its own list of confirmed ICS updates just a few days prior. On Motorola’s list, though, progress on that update was marked as still being in its “Evaluation & Planning” stage, without any indication of when it might arrive. Now Motorola’s updated its list once again, and it looks like the Droid RAZR’s update could be here quite soon.

The Droid RAZR, alongside the RAZR Maxx, now joins the international version of the smartphone with plans for its ICS update to land before the end of this quarter. With May quickly wrapping-up, and June closing-in on the horizon, there’s only a matter of six short weeks before we venture into Q3.

A little farther down the road, Motorola’s list now confirms a Q3 arrival for the Droid Bionic and Droid 4’s ICS updates in the States.

Source: Motorola
Via: Droid-life

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