An ICS ROM for the GSM version of the Motorola RAZR has leaked online that gives a glimpse of what we could expect later during the year when it starts rolling out officially.
At first glance it looks almost stock but that's mostly because it is still in the developmental stage and there is a lot of work left to be done on it. only visible changes are a new lock screen that features four custom spots where you can drag the lock icon and the option to put the phone on silent or vibration, sorely missing from the stock ICS ROM. Also new is a camera app that is similar to the one on the current Gingerbread ROM for the RAZR.
Unfortunately, the final version may be drastically different, which, considering Motorola's track record, not something we're looking forward to. Hopefully, Motorola sees sense and keeps the customization to a minimum.
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As much as I like "clean" androids, I must say that RAZR's gingerbread has a few nice and useful features compared to the stock one, and I expect those features to migrate to ICS. One of them is that toggle to vibrate on the lock scre...
Which, given HTCs record with gingerbread, will be available to new customers only :-)
It's logically that there isn't much progress yet on this new Motorola's Rom, I bet HTC would be the best with it's magnific HTC Sense running on Android ICS.