Motorola’s DROID 4 slider might be next out of the freezer for an update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Many users were getting worried with the lack of update information from Verizon and Motorola but today an official build right from Motorola has leaked of Android 4.0 ICS for the DROID 4. More details below for the few interested.

What’s even better is the leak shows 4.0.4 ICS, not 4.0.3 so it’s safe to say that once updated it will be on the latest version of Android right from Google — unless 4.0.5 comes out soon of course. This is good news because Motorola didn’t mention much about Verizon phones when detailing their upgrade plans earlier this year. With both RAZR’s and now the D4 seeing ICS leaks that just leaves the lonely DROID BIONIC on the waiting list.

We don’t know much about this build other than it’s official and from Motorola. According to Droid-Life OTA rootkeeper doesn’t work but the build is at least stable. Users will want to proceed with caution because you might get stuck on this leaked build for a while. Either way this is good news that the update is on the way and could be coming soon because the leak seems to be quite stable. Hit the source link below if you’d like to give it a try on your own D4. Let us know how it goes in the comments below.

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[via Droidforums]

  • misterburns

    ics is going to look great on my droid 4. i cant wait!

  • boonesimpson

    does it have ICS webtop?

    • SGMD1

       Yes, it has Webtop 3.0 beta

  • Bsturk510

    Another rumor. Another chance for moto to shoot it down. They wont.

  • Jackwat

    This will definitely make a chance for motorola to make a market for itself by android and the version.

  • SGMD1
  • let’s go moto!

  • KewlDawg

    Any new news about WHEN the official update will be released?

  • jessie0294

    Is there any official date yet? Or are they even still planning on releasing this update?

  • PeeOwed

    We’ve been waiting now for months now the 4G is dropping out randomly in good coverage(4G display bouncing between Blue and White) and I believe that ICS will fix this, the Razors all got this, now the D4 needs it…What is Motorola waiting for!!!!!!