http://www.androidcentral.com/atrix...not-received-ice-cream-sandwich-says-motorola Atrix 4G - Launched February 2011 Original OS: Android 2.2 Current OS: Android 2.3 Nvidia Tegra 2 chipset based handset. Photon 4G - Launched August 2001. Original OS: Android 2.3 Current OS: Android 2.3 Nvidia Tegra 2 chipset based handset. Both phones now without an official upgrade path to Android 4.0. We all know Tegra 2 is capable of running ICS (ZTE Grand X) and even Jellybean (Motorola Xoom Wifi) - 4G version updated thanks to the Android Community. It really bugs me to see Motorola drop (what I see as) capable hardware from upgrades like Android 4.0 and 4.1 (which are leaps and bounds better than any Gingerbread based software. I did have hope that Google taking the reigns at Motorola would have had a positive effect on their smartphones. Hopefully Sean at Android Central is right when he writes "We hope this is just a difficult transitional period for Motorola and that they will learn from this." but something would have to drastically change at Motorola before I'd ever consider another piece of Motorola Hardware. I myself got burned by extreme delays to my Wifi European Xoom, having to unlock the bootloader and install the U.S based software to get prompt updates like the rest of the U.S based Wifi Xoom's. Bad moves, Google.