Droid Razr ICS screenshots leaked, surprisingly looks good

Droid Razr ICS screenshots leaked, surprisingly looks good

We recently heard that Motorola is planning to launch ICS updates for their devices later in Q3. The Droid RAZR i’s scheduled for a Q3 update, but someone on DroidRzr forum posted a lot of screenshots of his Droid RAZR running on Android 4.0. Based on the screenshots, it seems to be a fully functioning build, complete with the new version of Blur. The Android version is 4.0.3 and the Blur build is 6.7.407, but what’s picking at us is that Q3 is still months away, and this seems to be a working build. If Motorola doesn’t release ICS within a month or so, users are going to get frustrated.

Have a look at the images below, which give us a better idea of what BlurWich will look like. Below is the app drawer and homescreen.

  

Moving on, Motorola has put some visual touches on the camera and editing tools.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The dialer also looks reminiscent of previous Blur builds.

  

We have to admit, the ICS folders and Blur-themed settings look pretty awesome.

 

So with that being said, who’s looking forward to ICS for their Droid RAZR? Tell us what you think about it in the comments below!

Source Droid-Life

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9 Comments

  1. Guest
    February 21, 10:59 Reply

    They will finally release 4.0… AFTER 5.0 is out.

  2. Ben-Jamin
    February 21, 12:58 Reply

    Infinite Focus, Infinite Focus, Infinite Focus, Infinite Focus on both cameras. Please for the love of god, many people use the camcorder for concerts, making anything past 5 feet need infinite focus, give us the option to lock it in infinite. 

  3. Shscharger77
    February 22, 11:25 Reply

    5.0 is not for phones, it is utilized for tablets!

    • tcms2330
      February 27, 23:18 Reply

      How do you even know it’s going to be 5.0…For all we know it could be 4.1.

    • tcms2330
      February 27, 23:18 Reply

      How do you even know it’s going to be 5.0…For all we know it could be 4.1.

    • tcms2330
      February 27, 23:18 Reply

      How do you even know it’s going to be 5.0…For all we know it could be 4.1.

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