Motorola Droid Motorola RAZR and RAZR MAXX Droid will receive the official update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich within the next few weeks, more precisely from Tuesday 21 August. Owners of the two smartphones with kevlar bodywork, therefore, can put hand to the features introduced since the last major release of the operating system, without the need to rely on ROM alternatives.
At the time the update was made available only to a narrow circle of users, who are tasked to ferret out any bugs so that the fix before the final release. There are so many innovations that brings change to Ice Cream Sandwiches, which are listed in a special section hosted by the American manufacturer’s official website.
Many are shown by streaming movies, ranging from a focus on user interface redesigned to unlock screen used to access directly to applications, from a brand new layout for the camera the ability to take screenshots with everything that appears on the display. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich take on Motorola Droid Motorola RAZR and RAZR MAXX a Droid advanced system for managing data traffic, particularly useful if you choose to rely on a 3 g connection for Internet access on the move. Widgets, icons, folders, a numeric keypad for phone calls, Webtop and your Web browser are other innovations included in the update.