As you surely know, Motorola has resurrected the RAZR series with a fresh Droid model that’s a mere 7.1mm in thickness. The problem here is that the phone doesn’t run Android Ice Cream Sandwich, also unveiled this week. However, it has been officially confirmed that Android 4.0 will arrive as an upgrade to the Droid RAZR in early 2012.

The information was made public by Alain Mutricy, SVP Portofolio and Product Management, while he was detailing the European version of the Droid RAZR. The device was originally designed with Gingerbread in mind, but it won’t mind running ICS, since it has all that horsepower under the hood. Also, since I mentioned the European Droid RAZR, know that the UK will get it in November.

In the USA the price is $299.99 on contract and the product will come in the first week of November. Is it really worth buying this handset right now, or should we wait for the brand new juicy OS to arrive next year? Also by then the price will go down…

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