The Motorola Droid Bionic will get upgraded with Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Motorola confirmed via Facebook on Wednesday.
DROID BIONIC by Motorola will get upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich and we'll share timing after Google releases the final version of ICS, a Motorola representative responded to a user who complimented the company's cellphone.
The representative didn't give a specific date as to when Google will release its final version of the Ice Cream Sandwich.
Google along with its partner Samsung Electronics unveiled the Galaxy Nexus smartphone on Wednesday in Hong Kong Wednesday - the same day they announced the new Android operating system Ice Cream Sandwich.
Ice Cream Sandwich was designed to unify both Android-powered smartphones and tablets, a method that Apple is already using for its iPhones, iPad and iOS platforms.
Both Google and Samsung originally planned to launch the Galaxy Nexus in San Diego on Oct. 11, but postponed it because of the death of Apple's co-founder Steve Jobs who died on Oct. 5.
JK Shin, president of Samsung's mobile communications business, said that both companies have been working on Galaxy Nexus since the start of the year.
Galaxy Nexus will be released in November.