Droid Razr, Droid Razr Maxx get Android 4.0, global readiness

Droid Razr, Droid Razr Maxx get Android 4.0, global readiness

Verizon today confirmed that the Motorola Droid Razr and Droid Razr Maxx will see Android 4.0 updates beginning June 22.  Further, these two smartphones will be the carrier’s first 4G LTE devices to become global ready.  In other words, the Droid Razr and Droid Razr Maxx will be able to operate in more than 220 countries when set up with an international plan.  For additional information on the update and how you can initiate the 354MB download on your handset, check out Verizon’s support page.



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  1. LLcdPH
    June 22, 15:48 Reply

    I’m not seeing it. Are you sure you didn’t mean 6/27? I thought the soak test was to begin today.

    • davetheAndroid
      June 23, 20:51 Reply

      Yea, that is what it seems to me as well. Been checking all way since yesterday and still nothing. and its early evening on the west coast. The wait continues.

  2. Johnny Miller
    June 26, 07:07 Reply

    I’m tired of hearing about VZW getting phones with ICS out or other phones being updated with ICS and nothing about ICS for the Thunderbolt. Semme they have passed us by. When will it be our turn.

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