Motorola has something in the works for the DROID Bionic. They are no longer using our favorite term of “soak test” and are instead going with “project” to help keep these as vague as possible. We know that means update though, so will look forward to it hopefully fixing this massive bug list that we uncovered back at the end of September.
At the beginning of this month, we were told that an update was 30-60 days out and we are at 15 now. That should give Moto another 15 to “soak test” and then a month to get it out to everyone. We love it when schedules are met, don’t we?
Here is a copy of the email that rolled out last night:
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Thanks — we hope to be in contact with you soon.
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Bionic users, can you make it another 30-45 days?
*Note – This is definitely NOT Ice Cream Sandwich. It’s a bug fixer. The ICS update will probably be 2-3 months out if we are lucky.
Cheers K, B, T, and J!