It has been a big deal for devices to obtain an update to the latest operating system of Google, the Android 4.0 ICS or Ice Cream Sandwich. As such, the Droid Razr of Motorola will be obtaining it just in time with the company's timeline. Motorola announced that the Droid Razr will receive the Android 4.0 before June ends. So how will the system appear in the handset and how will it perform? Official videos have been released for those who want to know more about this.
The videos seem to present that Motorola have performed a very good job. The Japanese website of the Razr is even showing the way the lock screen operates; the way the Ice Cream Sandwich may be navigated; and the manner by which the browser can be used. It also shows that the upgraded notification system of the smartphone is working.
Several of the videos use the Japanese language while others use the English language. But, those who have been expecting the Android 4.0 ICS will have an idea even if they watch and listen to the videos in Japanese.
One of the videos presents the panels of the widget discovery which make it very easy for users to find their preferred and needed widgets. Another video is focused on the app of Google Play which gives users the chance to check the amount of data that individual apps are consuming together with all other apps.
All these make it clear that Motorola has performed a better work compared to Samsung with their personalized skinning of the ICS. Not like the Android 4.0 in the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S2 and the recently launched Galaxy S3, the Droid Razr maintains more of the stock effect seen in Android 4.0.
From the notifications bar in electric blue, to the dialer, the UI of the Droid Razr appears almost the same as the stock ICS user interface seen in the Galaxy Nexus.