Motorola Mobility announced via Twitter today that the DROID RAZR, Bionic, and Zoom will be updated to Ice Cream Sandwich six weeks after Google releases the final version of it. It is interesting to see that Motorola (who is being acquired by Google itself) is updating some of its devices to the newest version of Android just six weeks after it is released.
Normally it takes months before a manufacturer updates its devices to the next version of Android, so this quick update schedule is somewhat surprising. We don’t know if this is a sign of things to come with Android Ice Cream Sandwich (and all phone manufacturers) or if it’s just Google’s influence on Motorola Mobility that has them updating their devices so quickly. What do you think?
Source: Motorola Mobility (Twitter)