Motorola has updated its schedule for rolling out Ice Cream Sandwich to devices, they’ve also included details on the upgrade development cycle, to help explain at which stage of planning or implementation the upgrade is at for your device. It’s an interesting read anyway, but I do think that the speed of updates needs to seriously be sped up once the purchase by Google is completed.
Point of note Motorola has pointed out that all devices listed have a minimum of 1G of RAM. The relevant updates for Australia are :
|Device Name||Country||Current Phase||Expected Timing|
|MOTOROLA XOOM WiFi Only||Asia Pacific, Canada, China, EMEA, Japan & LATAM||Development||Rollouts begin in Q2 2012.|
|MOTOROLA RAZR||Asia Pacific, Canada, China, EMEA, Japan, Korea & LATAM||Development||Rollouts begin in Q2 2012.|
|ATRIX 2||Asia-Pacific, LATAM, USA, and selected other markets||Development||Rollouts begin in Q3 2012.|
|MOTOROLA XOOM 2||Asia Pacific, EMEA, and LATAM||Development||Rollouts begin in Q3 2012|
|MOTOROLA XOOM 2 Media Edition||Asia Pacific, EMEA, and LATAM||Development||Rollouts begin in Q3 2012|
|ATRIX / ATRIX 4G MB860/MB861/ME860||Asia Pacific, EMEA and LATAM||Evaluation & Planning||Further details to follow|
|MOTOROLA XOOM WiFi + 3G||Asia Pacific, EMEA and LATAM||Evaluation & Planning||Further details to follow|
I think it speaks volumes that the 3G version of the original Xoom still has not received an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade, whilst the original Xoom was not technically a ‘Nexus’ Device, it was the first device to be released by Motorola and Google with Honeycomb and was described as a Google Experience device. Check out the source link for a list of the current plans for older models, if it’s not in the table above though it appears there are no plans for official ICS for your device, so probably time to check out XDA or RootzWiki if you want the latest update on your device.