According to Motorola’s official Twitter account, Motorola plans to either start releasing Ice Cream Sandwich to devices just 6 weeks after Google makes it available, or they are ready to drop new ICS phones on us in that amount of time. The message is a a bit cryptic, but we are assuming they mean that Motorola's current lineup of phones will receive Android 4.0 six weeks from the time Google makes it available.
Talk about a quick turn-around.
Does anyone else get the feeling that Motorola has some sort of lock-down on the update process? They certainly do it faster than any other phone manufacturer on the planet right now. Remember that they originally had Gingerbread done for all of their devices back in June before realizing that a couple of major bugs needed to be fixed.
We have been told that the RAZR, Bionic and XOOM will get ICS – still no word on the rest of their lineup of phones including the DROID2, Global, Pro, DROIDX, DROIDX2 and DROID3. I would imagine that all of those phones are capable of running it though.
Update: Motorola clarified this tweet, saying they plan to release a 'TIMELINE' of scheduled releases 6 weeks after it's official release. Not the update itself.