Why hasn't my Android phone been updated to ICS?
rousseau 2 years ago
I'm a pretty patient guy. I read about ICS, got excited, and waited. I'm still waiting. I have a Motorola RAZR, which may not be brand new, but it isn't as if I'm packing a 3 year old device. I just read an article that said 1.6% of all Androids worldwide are running on ICS. 1.6%!?! I realize a significant amount of Android devices out there are bordering on obsolete and just don't have the hardware to run ICS, but I am pretty sure that 98.4% of all Androids aren't incapable of running ICS. Why is it taking so long for the ICS update to take place?
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