Android users have been patiently awaiting Ice Cream Sandwich (version 4.0) for months, and suddenly we're hearing all sorts of promises from various manufacturers.
Not to be outdone by rivals Samsung - which revealed that Galaxy S2 users in Europe will start getting Ice Cream Sandwich from today - Motorola has started talking dates. Kinda.
RAZR users will be able to get theirs sometime during Q2, which is actually a tad vague, and effectively means any time before the end of June. Still a while away, potentially, but at least there is some commitment there. This is for the international version which luckily includes us, but not our transatlantic cousins.
It's not a huge surprise. In fact, Motorola is really reiterating what it told us just a few weeks back.
At least we know why it's taking so long. According to Motorola themselves, it's all to do with hardware and Google not sharing early on.
If one thing is certain, at best, it confirms that Motorola and Google - whilst being BFFs - are very much separate.