We're still waiting on the first update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for Motorola smartphones, but the manufacturer has just given an update which devices will receive ICS.
The Droid Bionic, RAZR (the whole line) and Xoom were already known (and the Xoom Wifi has already gotten its update). Same goes for the recently released Droid 4, as well as the XYBOARD tablets. New on the upgrade list are the Photon 4G, Atrix 4G, Atrix 2 and Motorola Electrify.
From the time Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) was announced, developers have been itching to mod the new code to work with their own devices. It seems a stable version is now available on the Motorola XOOM. This is currently only for the WiFi version, but some claim to have it working on their 3G/4G versions
No, what we're looking at here is not the Galaxy Nexus (or the Nexus S) even though the device picture resembles the two Google phones. It's allegedly the upcoming Motorola Atrix 3, the new member of the popular Atrix line. However, the outer aspect seems to follow the basic design line of the Atrix 2
Holy gee-willikers, Batman! Remember the HP TouchPad fire sale that set the internets a blaze a few months ago? Well, I’m definitely kicking myself for missing out — especially after seeing this. Like a doubting Thomas, I didn’t have much faith in our wonderful Android modding community (or that the TouchPad would have much support going for it) but the failed tablet has received a very early — yet satisfying — Android 4.0.3 port, otherwise known as CM9.