Earlier today via its Facebook page, LG announced that it would be bringing ICS to a number of "high-end" devices, including the Optimus 2x, Optimus Black, Optimus 3D, and Optimus LTE. Other LG devices are still on the chopping block, as they are currently being evaluated "to determine whether [ICS] is compatible with the functionality, features, and performance of other LG smartphones."

More details, including an upgrade schedule and specific model information, should be available and posted on the LG Facebook page sometime next month. We'll be sure to keep you posted as more information shows up.

[LG Mobile Facebook; Thanks, Micah!]

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  • http://www.christiantechsaz.com Aaron

    What about the G-Slate?

  • Ryuuie

    Aren't they still trying to determine if they can fix the LG Optimus S's problem with Gingerbread? :P

  • Mattchew

    There are issues with the LG Thrill having the 3D update.

  • http://www.jf-computer-services.co.uk John

    This is good news, but if its anything like the Gingerbread release for the O3d, I dont expect to see this until sometime in 2013.

  • Ray

    More reason for me to stick with my [awesome] 2x longer.

    • shadowfoxpd

      Awesome? I have the g2x and it crashes more than any phone I have ever had.

      • Ray

        May I suggest a hard reset or a combination of a custom ROM and custom kernel? I am running MIUI ROM 1.11.25 and faux123's overclock kernel and the phone is smooth as butter and fast as... well, whatever's fast.

  • djembeman

    I doubt they will update the Revolution again. They need to keep all of their Bing and Verizon bloat on it!