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Forget Jelly Bean; the Google-owned company says three 2011 phones will be stuck on older versions of Android forever.
Motorola has promised it will only update its Android phones to Ice Cream Sandwich if it thinks it will be an improvement.
Most Android phones are still two generations behind, but figures reveal Ice Cream Sandwich is on a quarter of Android blowers.
Motorola adds a number of smartphones to their list of models anticipating Android 4.0
While a few models will see Android 4.0 by the end of 2012, other recent models will be left behind with Gingerbread.
Google continues to see solid growth in uptake of Ice Cream Sandwich, but Android 4.0 is still a long way off trouncing Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
The hardware maker goes transparent to help explain why it takes so long to issue updates for Android devices.
The mobile handset maker confirms that it will be deploying Ice Cream Sandwich to its Optimum smartphones and is evaluating which other phones can handle the latest flavor of Android.
The company has begun rolling out ICS for the rest of its 2011 lineup not already sporting the latest Android 4.0 update.
Google's new mobile operating system will run on snappy new silicon, and the first chip out of the gate is a Texas Instruments' dual-core 4460 processor.