If you're worried about being stuck out in the cold when Android 5.0 Jelly Bean launches (most likely later this year), best stick to LG for all your telephony needs.
The South Korean manufacturer has promised all 2012 handsets will be updated to the not-even-announced OS, with the caveat being that the device obviously has to be able to run the software.
It basically means that if you're chomping at the bit to get an Ice Cream Sandwich device, you can safely help yourself to a goodie like the Optimus 4X HD, the Optimus 3D Max or Optimus L7 safe in the knowledge that you'll be dished up the sweet taste of Jelly Beans in due course.
And it's all in black and white too, thanks to Shaun Musgrave, the company's UK product manager, saying LG has a commitment to "offering the best smartphone experience", whatever that actually means, of course.
It all comes as LG mulls over the possibility of launching a new tablet in Europe to complete its portfolio. If it did, it'll have some serious competition from the likes of Samsung, which seems to churn out a new tablet to celebrate every new day.