Android ICS 4.0 update schedule leaks for Verizon

Much has been made about the slow rollout of the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update, but more devices are finally getting treated to the tasty treat, and now the Android ICS update schedule has been leaked for US carrier Verizon.

Just in case you were wondering when the next OTA update would be for a Verizon Android device, an article on Droid Life courtesy of a Reddit user has some information for you. The schedule covers a number of updates besides Android ICS, and according to the leak the likes of the HTC Rezound, Motorola Droid RAZR, and RAZR MAXX along with the Xoom are currently undergoing testing.

The testing will finish for the Rezound on the 7th of May with the RAZR and RAZR MAXX finishing on the 17th of next month. As long as there are no issues the Rezound should get updated on the 9th with the RAZRs possibly getting it on the 21st. The soak tests for both the RAZRs could go live as early as the 17th and be released shortly after as long as there are no changes needed.

Meanwhile the Xoom looks almost ready to be updated and is coming directly from Google, but it still needs technical approval so is still on hold, and looks like it just needs someone to press the ok button for it to start rolling out.

The Bionic, Thunderbolt, Revolution, Galaxy Tab 10.1, and Xperia Play are still listed as in testing and it is not known what these updates are, but as they have not been listed separately they must be Android ICS related. It seems the Incredible 2 may have had its update approved already but has been delayed for some reason. Missing in the leaked list is the Galaxy Nexus that is nowhere to be found, you can see the images yourself by clicking the above link.


2 thoughts on “Android ICS 4.0 update schedule leaks for Verizon”

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    Trejo495 says:

    Don’t undersrand, I’ve had the Thunderbolt for a while now and is one of the last phone in getting
    This stupid update!

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