Motorola forum and enthusiast site droidrzr.com has managed to unofficially have the very latest Google mobile OS ‘Ice Cream Sandwich' running the thin Motorola Razr handset, and some time before Google will actually deploy the platform.
Droidrzr.com has published a forum post that reads: ‘We have a successful boot of Ice Cream Sandwich on the DROID RAZR!!' - which was backed up with three videos showing the evidence of this feat.
This comes only a week after Motorola published a blog post on the situation of the upgrade path to Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich' 4.0, where in October the established mobile phone maker confirmed the Razr handset will be upgraded to ICS.
The information was added to the Motorola support pages for the upgrade paths of all of their devices around the world, where a message was posted that reads - 'A note about Ice Cream Sandwich: We are planning to upgrade DROID RAZR by Motorola, Motorola RAZR, Motorola XOOM (including Family Edition) and DROID BIONIC by Motorola to Ice Cream Sandwich.'
'We will provide more precise guidance on timing after post-public push of Ice Cream Sandwich by Google, as well as any possible additions to this list of devices.', ended Motorola.
Check out the video below of the Razr running Ice Cream Sandwich