It’s not a secret that a lot of progress is being made on getting Android 4.0.x Ice Cream Sandwich OS update for the Motorola Droid RAZR and Droid Bionic handsets. We already know that the manufacturer send out soak test invites for Droid RAZR handset. Now, Droid-Life received word that an unknown update is headed to testers to participate at Motorola Droid Bionic’s soak opportunity. Unfortunately, there are no details to go with the soak test just yet. While many reports are suggesting that we might be seeing a Android 4.0 ICS update, it would be better to assume that it’s just another regular update, carrying a few bug fixes and performance improvements. However, the source is believing that Motorola Droid RAZR users more likely to get the latest and greatest version of Android – v4.0 ICe Cream Sandwich before any other Motorola handsets’ owners.
This soak test could be related to the 5.9.902 update that is being tested since last month, aiming to bring a a few modifications to the Droid Bionic’s system. 5.9.902 update will bring the pre-loaded Amazon MP3 app, Google Security Patch and the Motorola Terms and Conditions screen will automatically enable data collection/location details, while the update will remove VCast Music app
So what should we expect from this soak test for Motorola Droid Bionic? We’ll let you know more as we find out.