Back in October of '11, Motorola confirmed the first devices set to receive Android 4.0: the RAZR, Bionic, and the XOOM. While the Wi-Fi XOOM is the only of the mentioned devices to have already received the update, Moto just added a slew of other devices to that list, including:

  • Droid 4
  • Photon 4G
  • Atrix 4G
  • Atrix 2
  • Electrify
  • XOOM Family Edition
  • XOOM 2
  • XOOM (3G)
  • Xyboard 8.2 (Wi-Fi and LTE)
  • Xyboard 10.1 (Wi-Fi and LTE)
  • Admiral
  • Droid 3
  • Droid X2
  • Milestone 3
  • Pro+
  • MT917 (China)
  • XT928 (China)
  • MT870 (China)
  • XT605 (China)
  • Motoluxe/XT615/XT685
  • XT822 (China)

While the bulk of those devices are still "in evaluation and planning" (which means that they could be deemed too "underpowered" for ICS and dropped from the upgrade path altogether), an approximate release schedule is available for some. The European variant of the XOOM Wi-Fi, Motorola RAZR (Not the Droid RAZR), XOOM Family Edition, MT917, and XT928 are all set for a Q2 rollout. Other devices, including the Atrix 2, Atrix 4G, Photon 4G, XOOM 2, XOOM 2 Media Edition, and both Xyboard tablets are scheduled for a Q3 release at this time. It's unclear if (or when) the other devices on the list could see the update.

For more information on the rollout, as well as a closer look at Motorola's update process, take a look at Moto's Software Upgrade News portal.