Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich from Motorola

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Feeling jealous as my Motorola Defy+ won't be getting it. It would be stuck on official 2.3 which it was shipped with. But happy that Cyanogenmod9 nightlies are working fine with some minor bugs.
 

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this is great news considering this ui is pretty darn close to the stock android. and i am guessing that google has indeed influenced the design changes. now that google owns motorola mobility, it would be interesting to see if these changes would stay on in future devices. i really hope google does good with motorola. the service center support in india is awful. i would avoid motorola devices simply because of my past bad experiences dealing with motorola support centers.
 


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And I would avoid them because they have a locked bootloader.That said, Razr Maxx is going to be a great phone to have in hand. Read somewhere that ICS looks much better on Razr as compared to S3
 

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well you are forgetting that they are now owned by google so some things are going to be changed. :D cannot wait to see their next generation devices. it is already pretty much confirmed that razr is set to get a hd edition with higher quality display.
 

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