Cyanogen has recently posted a progress report of CM9 — the performance-based custom-build of Android 4.0. CM9 is currently compiling on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, HP TouchPad, and Motorola XOOM. The next device to receive CyanogenMod will be Samsung devices running off Samsung’s own Exynos SoC, which would include a majority of the Galaxy S series of devices (including the Galaxy S II and its variants). It’s interesting to see that most of the devices to get CM9 are from Samsung, most likely because of their openness to developers and their ease of hacking. Devices running off of Qualcomm MSM8660 and 7×30 chipsets will be receiving CM9 after the Exynos devices.
Cyanogen says that devices running off the older Qualcomm chips, such as the QSD8x50 family, will be more difficult to develop for, but will no doubt see a build of CM9 a little while after other devices.