Though Verizon was the first U.S. carrier to offer an Android 4.0 device, they will be the second carrier to push out an Android 4.0 updates to a couple phones in their lineup. A leaked picture of Best Buy’s computer system shows that Verizon will be releasing the Android 4.0 OTA update for the Motorola DROID RAZR and RAZR MAXX on April 4th, while the HTC Rezound will receive the update on April 6th.
In late January, we got a sneak peek at what Motorola’s Android 4.0 build would look like with their updated version of MotoBLUR. HTC’s Android 4.0 update will feature HTC Sense 3.6, similar to what we’ve seen on the HTC Vivid.
It’s encouraging to see Android 4.0 updates making their way to consumers’ handsets, but we’re only scratching the surface. HTC, Motorola, Samsung and others still have dozens of devices which are expected to be updated to Ice Cream Sandwich – a process that will most likely continue throughout the summer.
Do you plan on holding on to your current Android phone and waiting for your Android 4.0 update or will you move on to something new with Android 4.0 pre-installed?