Now here's a bit of a teaser: Motorola took to Twitter recently to announce it'll ship devices equipped with the latest version of Android six weeks after Google releases the final build, reports BGR.
The first device to runis the , which is , though there's no word when in November. If it's early, that could mean we'll be seeing the . Oh yes.
"We'll be releasing devices for ICS 6 weeks after Google releases the final version of it," someone from Motorola wrote on the company's Twitter account. Assuming the Galaxy Nexus runs the final version of Ice Cream Sandwich when it ships, that means we could see these devices before Christmas.
So what of the devices? Well there was that Razr to Ice Cream Sandwich early next year, so chances are these devices will launch just before, or at the same time. Fingers crossed for a pre-Christmas launch though.that leaked last month in a blurry photo, the smaller one with the white border and tapered edges. Then there was the that'd been rumoured too. Motorola has previously said it'll update the
Android Ice Cream Sandwich is designed for use on smart phones and tablets, so we're hoping Moto will out a slew of new devices. The operating software brings new features such as Face Unlock, which lets you unlock your device by registering your face on-screen, resizable widgets, folders on the home screens, near field communications, the ability to take screengrabs, and more. It also looks a bit like Tron.
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Update: Motorola later clarified its tweet, saying there are no new devices to announce as yet, but it will be upgrading the