Just about two weeks ago Motorola detailed their schedule for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich updates (for better or for worse) and gave us an idea of what devices would see the update. Today however we now have a slew of new videos showing off what we can expect with Motorola's latest Blur-ish version of Android 4.0 ICS -- at least on the DROID RAZR.
The Motorola DROID RAZR and RAZR MAXX should be among the first to receive the update, and all the videos today are shown off on the sleek RAZR. In the past Motorola has been highly criticized by many (me included) for their UI changes and Blur. With Android 4.0 ICS things look to be a little calmer and taken down a notch. A good thing if you ask me. Here's a few videos from Motorola's Japan site.
In the video above you'll see Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich as we know it. Only with Motorola's icons, screen transition animations, and a few tweaks here and there. A long ways from their BLUR past, and much different than HTC's approach with Sense UI. While most of their videos are in Japanese you should have no problems following along with what you see on video. We've seen ICS leak for a few Moto phones already, but do you like what you've seen thus far?