The soak test for the Motorola Atrix 2 Ice Cream Sandwich update is under way and Motorola, while not officially announcing the update, detailed the software’s contents on its website ahead of Android 4.0’s eventual roll out for AT&T’s smartphone.
While Motorola’s website details just about everything users will want to know about the upcoming update, it does not reveal a specific release date for the software.
We know that the Atrix 2’s Ice Cream Sandwich update is currently in the midst of a soak test and if that goes well, we presume it roll out in a few days. Typically, updates that that undergo a soak test roll out to the public a few days afterward. However, if Motorola runs into any issues, the software could be delayed.
At this point, we don’t know what the case is but it’s looking like Motorola thinks it will go well because the software is now listed on the manufacturer’s website.
Motorola fills customers in on all of the changes that will be coming with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Users who replace Android 2.3 Gingerbread with the update are going to see a number of changes including a new user interface, better notifications, an improved keyboard, a better Camera app, and hey, even the ability to take screenshots.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is a massive upgrade over Gingerbread and Atrix 2 owners should definitely think about making the upgrade. After all, it’s free.
We imagine that the update will also bring some bug fixes as well which should help patch up any issues that users were having in Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
So, from the looks of things, the Atrix 2 ICS update looks like it’s on its way to owners in the near future and we’ll let you know when we see some movement. In the meantime, stay patient, Ice Cream Sandwich is on the way Atrix 2 owners.
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