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ICS on Motorola Droid RAZR demoed in series of official videos

We have all been waiting a long time to see how the latest version of Android, the Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich, would look on the awesome Motorola Moto RAZR. But unless you have a leaked custom ROM already installed on it, you would not know. And if you have installed a leaked custom ROM, you would not know how the Motorola touch to Ice Cream Sandwich would look like on the device. But before all this, the wait for the official release of the Ice Cream Sandwich for the Motorola Droid RAZR was not scheduled to be any time soon. But thanks to the newly released timeline by Motorola, the smart phone is sure to get the Ice Cream Sandwich treat before the end of June for sure, that is before the end of the second quarter.

If you think, even that is a lot of delay compared to other manufacturers in releasing the Ice Cream Sandwich update. But now that it is on its way, the joy for Motorola Droid RAZR owners who have not installed any custom ROM is uncontrollable. But how does the smart phone look after the update to Ice Cream Sandwich with the manufacturer’s Blur custom user interface on top of it? We are talking about Webtop 3.0, screenshots, the new lock screen, time lapse video, navigating around ICS, the browser, dialer, notifications, and more. Well, we seem to have got an introduction to that.

The official Japanese Motorola Droid RAZR website has released a series of video on the website where it describes how the phone will function after the update to the new Ice Cream Sandwich, and also, the videos detail different features of the new operating system. A few of the videos uploaded are in Japanese, unfortunately, but a few others are in English. So you do not have to worry about not understanding anything at all.

These videos will most probably be made in other languages as well by the time the update gets ready for seeding over the air. It is just a matter of time. So, are you excited?

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