http://www.theverge.com/2012/9/29/3429500/motorola-atrix-4g-android-4-ice-cream-sandwich-upgrade I got rid of the Atrix 4G a long time ago. But the news broke yesterday the Motorola Atrix 4G (the first USA duo core phone along with 1GB of RAM) released in March 2011 won't get Android 4.0. Pretty much sums up Android's lack of software support from either the manufactures and/or carriers. We can play the finger pointing game as long as we want. But blame them both. Considering Motorola/Google promised the ICS upgrade a long time ago for Atrix 4G owner. And it's simply no excuse since the Motorola Xoom essentially runs the same exact hardware as the Atrix 4G and it's gotten Jelly Bean already. We are talking about duo core 1GB RAM here. C Let's not use the excuse, "root and install another ROM". The simple fact is point of sales with Android phones. Manufactures are basically done with you once they get the sale. There little incentive to maintain software updates once the sale has been made. Sure you may get one major system update. But many phones ship one generation behind to began with anyways. Look at the Atrix 4G that shipped with 2.2 in March 2011 and didn't get 2.3 till end of July 2011 (europeans had to wait another couple of months). 2.3 was released in Dec 2010. Same can be said for even new "flagship devices" like the S3 . It shipped with 4.0. Finally rolling out 4.1 in some parts of Europe last week. In the USA, it will be a miracle if the S3 ever sees Key Lime Pie during it's life cycle. Maybe it gets 4.1 before xmas 2012. That will be about it.