I would much rather them have a team to work on the current issues and get those released ASAP. I can wait on ICS. As long as my phone does what I need it to do on a day by day basis, I am happy.
Why would I want a buggy system uploaded to my phone when it is not ready? At least Motorola is staying in touch with their customer base to give them some ideas on the progress.
Toshiba never tells us crap about our Thrive's. While I am happy with it the way it is, it would be nice for them to at least say something like it could 6 months due to whatever.
A big plus to Moto for sharing it.
6 months for a whole new OS isn't surprising, especially seeing that they STILL haven't even released an update for the Bionic 3 months after its release...
I have CDO. It's like OCD except the letters are in alphabetical order, as they should be.
I honestly don't care how long it takes for ICS to come to our Razrs but I sure can't wait to hear from all the GNex members how crappy ICS is on initial release. Let the GNex be the proverbial test dummy for ICS so when our phone and others that will get ICS won't be as bumpy and/or glitchy as the GNex will be. Just saying that's all
Sent from my Boeing approved Moto DROID Razr
ICS on the nexus will perform better in the next week than ics will ever perform on any android branded phone which doesn't come from google.
Crappy... Every single website except cnet raves about the nexus and how great it will.
In a world that does, the razr doesn't. (sell)
That should be the razr commercial after the nexus comes out.
I've had two motos, one htc next a nexus.
Will never buy a Moto again,
Two things I want to mention:
Google develops their Android system specifically for Nexus devices, so in part this is a true statement. No android device will run the version of android a specific Nexus device said Nexus was desgined for better.
Second, my year old (and stock, blurred, unrooted) D2G performs on Froyo and GB faster than the Nexus One and Nexus S. So depending on your view of what better defines, you are wrong.
That's all....for now.
Keep in mind gentlemen this doesn't necessarily apply to the RAZR. They have a list of other product on other networks as well as Verizon that will see the upgrade but not on the RAZR's schedule. RAZR should see 4.0 by the end of March if testing goes well. This comes via a Motorola Mobility employee
as a side note. Moto is already talking about ICS via twitter. http://twitter.com/#!/Motorola/statu...96270235541504