Interesting to note is that aside from the usual ICS functionality, this update will also enable those handsets’ global roaming abilities, effectively turning them into ‘world phones’. This means you’ll be free to roam the world (in 220 countries, no less) with your Verizon devices from now on.
Motorola has also improved the ICS lockscreen, by letting you jump straight to the camera, text messages, or dialer.
For more information about the update, as well as detailed installation instructions, use this page put up by Verizon. The gist of it is this: the update is over-the-air, so your phone will notify you when it’s available. You’ll then be able to download and install it without the need to use a computer.
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