Motorola Mobility explained last month how it would upgrade some of its high-end devices to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. However, the handset maker has yet to confirm release dates for these upgrades.
Up until now, Motorola confirmed it would bring Google’s latest Ice Cream Sandwich platform to DROID RAZR, Motorola RAZR, Motorola XOOM (Family Edition included) and DROID BIONIC.
True to its promise, the company already delivered the Android 4.0 software upgrade to Wi-Fi Motorola XOOM owners in the United States, but has yet to make it available to the rest of the world.
On the other hand, its flagship Android smartphone, the Motorola RAZR, got quite a few unofficial Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs that were more or less stable.
Still, none of it could be used on a daily basis, so those lucky enough to own the RAZR will have to wait a bit longer for an official Android 4.0 ROM.
In this regard, it appears that Motorola is currently working on the Ice Cream Sandwich build for the RAZR, as the folks over at DroidRzr forums got their hands on an official ICS ROM for this superphone.
Although this is still an early build, at least we can have an idea of how the final version will look like when it is pushed to Motorola RAZR. Keep in mind that this ROM can only be flashed on GSM/UMTS units, and will not work on the DROID RAZR.
Most of the things included with this ROM seem to be stock versions, but this is understandable given the fact that it’s still in early stages of development. The only evident difference is the lockscreen, which provides users with four options.
For more photos with the leaked Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for the Motorola RAZR head over to DroidLife’s site.