According to Motorola's Ice Cream Sandwich software update schedule, the GSM version of the RAZR is bound to get the desired Android update package any moment now. But as it happens, one happy RAZR owner in Greece got the official ICS update earlier than everyone else.
It all happened when the RAZR owner in question had a problem with his device and brought it to Greek carrier Cellcom's customer care center. When he collected it, he got a notification, and his smartphone updated to Android 4.0.4.
When asked if Greece is about to get the over-the-air ICS update, both Motorola and Cellcome responded negatively. Perhaps the guys in the customer care center flashed some of their internal testing ROMs, by mistake. This would suggest that even though the update isn't official just yet, it's already undergoing testing and it should become available soon.
As seen from the screenshot on the left, the firmware version has been named "EMEA" (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) meaning plenty of RAZR owners should be receiving good news soon.