LG Revolution is not, repeat not, Ice Cream Sandwich. There, we're done. That being said, there's quite a bit of new stuff in the latest update, and Revolution owners who are still on the stock software will want to upgrade immediately. Build VS910zV9 brings some important security fixes along with the usual speed and stability improvements.
T-Mobile folks. It looks like HTC and T-Mobile have finally completed testing for the HTC Sensation 4G and its upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. After multiple announcements, details, previous reports of coming soon and more, it looks like it will finally be available possibly sometime this month.
DROID Bionic is set to receive another update in the coming weeks as Motorola has started sending out their usual "soak test" invites for owners to participate in the testing phase. There's no telling if this is an incremental update, or Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich at this point. The more updates the better though right?
A100 it appears that Acer has flipped the switch and is rolling out the update to Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich for their Tegra 2 powered Iconia Tab A500 too. The update was originally stated to start on Friday, April 27th but it apparently is available now and rolling out to users in the US and Canada.
Ice Cream Sandwich rollout for the Galaxy S II pretty seriously, and it has started showing up for another location the past couple of days. For now it's mainly available for the standard 4.3-inch model available across the globe, and today the update is arriving for unlocked SGSII owners in Australia.
Ice Cream Sandwich this week. Acer has confirmed the update should be available for both the Acer A500 and the smaller Iconia A100 starting April 27th, although we are hearing reports of the update rolling out as early as last night.
Eee Pad Transformer Tablet -- not the Prime. The update is available starting today for users that have already updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and should fix a slew of bugs, as well as the lag issue some were experiencing on ICS. More details and changelog after the break.
RAZR, RAZR MAXX and DROID 4 all expected to see updates and today they've announced one more. The LG Spectrum will also be getting a large update bringing tons of new features, new bloatware apps, and multiple bug fixes. Read on past the break for full details.
RAZR isn't the only Moto phone set to get an update this week. The Motorola DROID 4 QWERTY slider is also getting updated according to Verizon. Being the first OTA update for the DROID 4 you can expect mainly bug fixes at this point -- and no Ice Cream Sandwich just yet but that should be coming eventually. Read on for more details on the update.