Google officially announced its Ice Cream Sandwich operating system in the second week of October last year. Since then Android fans have been eagerly waiting to try the operating system on their smartphones. This new operating system seems to be bold, with many new features.
To add fuel to this anxiety, Samsung Galaxy Nexus has also announced its Sprint version at CES 2012. A few snapshots of DroidLife are out. They are depicting the Motorola Droid Razr GSM version. Droid Razr is based on Ice Cream Sandwich. A person, who wants to try this on their Linux build devices, can also load this new operating system.
Before doing so, there are two points that they have to consider. First one is that the operating system appeared on snaps seemed to be Android 4.0. It has got no branding of Droid and the Motoblur interface of Motorola did not appear on top. The second point is that Verizon will be releasing its update soon for Motoblur of ICS and Droid Visual.
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