Motorola has promised that some of its previously released Android 2.3 smartphones, including the Droid RAZR, would be getting an upgrade to Android 4.0. Motorola is also working on smartphones that will have Google's new mobile operating system, otherwise known as Ice Cream Sandwich, out of the box. Today new images leaked out on the Internet that seems to show what the first Motorola Android 4.0 would look like.
The images, as seen on Pocketnow.com, show what looks like a fairly standard smartphone case for the device. However, the article adds that the unnamed Motorola Android 4.0 product will have Intel's mobile phone processor inside. If true, this would be one of the very first such smartphones that will run on Intel's hardware, which is a version of its Atom PC processor.
Other details on this upcoming device are sketchy at the moment but the report does say that the smartphone's camera is supposed to be better than normal with features such as instant-on and 15 frame-per-second burst capture capabilities. It's likely that Motorola will fully reveal this new smartphone entry at the World Mobile Congress trade show. That event will be held in Barcelona, Spain starting on February 27.
Image via Pocketnow.com