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Ice Cream Sandwich Release Date: Which Smartphones are Confirmed for ICS Updates?

Ice Cream Sandwich Release Date: Which Smartphones are Confirmed for ICS Updates?

Several smartphones are expected to receive an update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and consumers are anticipating manufacturer confirmation for a number of popular phones that will soon run the new OS.

The Engadget technology website gives a rundown of which manufacturers have confirmed updates for their devices, and which devices will be getting Ice Cream Sandwich.

ASUS

ASUS has confirmed its Padfone smartphone-tablet, Transformer Prime tablet and Eee Pad Transformer tablet, for Ice Cream Sandwich updates.

"We’re delighted to confirm support for Ice Cream Sandwich … but at this time we are unable to set a date for its release,” said ASUS in a statement.

HTC

HTC has confirmed its HTC Rezound smartphone for an Ice Cream Sandwich update.

"While our goal is to upgrade as many of our recent devices as possible, we are committed to maintaining every phone's performance and usability first,” said HTC.

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LG

LG has confirmed its Optimus 2X smartphone for an Ice Cream Sandwich update.

“Detailed information on the Ice Cream Sandwich OS update schedule for specific models will be announced,” said LG in a statement.

Motorola

Motorola has confirmed its Droid Razr and Droid Bionic smartphones and Xoom, Xoom 2, Xoom 2 Media Edition tablets for Ice Cream Sandwich updates.

"We have not confirmed any devices will not get ICS,” said Motorola in a statement.

Samsung

Samsung has confirmed its Galaxy S2 and Nexus S smartphones for Ice Cream Sandwich updates but has not made an official statement.

Sony Ericsson

Sony Ericsson has confirmed its entire 2011 Xperia smartphone lineup for Ice Cream Sandwich updates.

"We plan to upgrade our 2011 Xperia smartphone portfolio to the next Android platform made available to us,” said Sony in a statement.

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