Ever since the latest version of Android – Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich – has been released, consumers have been wondering which devices will be getting an ICS upgrade. Most of the new devices will either be shipping with ICS, or will get an upgrade to it. But the existing devices by most manufacturers were stuck in limbo.
However, earlier this month, some manufacturers like HTC, Motorola and Sony Ericsson started announcing which phones they plan to upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich officially.
Today, LG has also announced a list of phones it will officially upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich. It will be bringing some ICS goodness to the Optimus 2X, Optimus 3D, and the Optimus Black.
HTC confirmed an ICS upgrade for the Sensation, EVO 3D, Rezound and Amaze 4G, while Motorola confirmed an upgrade for the Droid Bionic, Droid RAZR and the XOOM tablet.
Even Sony Ericsson confirmed an ICS upgrade for their 2011 range of Xperia handsets including the Arc S, Arc, Play, Neo, Neo V, Xperia Mini, Mini Pro, Xperia Active and the Xperia Ray.
Samsung has also confirmed an ICS upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy S 2, and will likely upgrade other new phones to ICS too.
If your phone isn’t in the list of phones above, you can still probably flash an unofficial ICS ROM on your device. Head over to XDA for more information on that front. Stable ICS ROMs should be out for most Android devices which can handle it, by the end of the year.