Motorola Blur UI for Android Ice Cream Sandwich Surfaces in the Wild

February 22, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As has been the case with some of the major smartphone makers out there, Motorola was also reported to be working on a user interface design so as to adjust with the Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS.

What comes as interesting now is that Motorola’s Blur UI for Ice Cream Sandwich has leaked, ahead of its official launch.

According to the leaked images, the Blur UI designed for Android 4.0.3 version is seen running on a Droid RAZR from Verizon. The new Blur UI build 6.7.407 has been spotted running many features on the Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS.

Customizations such as sorting the app drawer and Verizon’s own apps have been spotted in the interface. The modified lock screen, settings menu, dialer, Blur camera app and incoming call screen tweaks of the new Android 4.0 based user interface was also found from the images.

The Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS features are beautifully preserved, though the Blur UI has been revamped by developers.

Last week, Motorola revealed a timetable for the Android 4.0 update to reach their range of handsets. The most interesting part then was that they didn’t announce the ICS timeline for Verizon devices.

It is now believed that both Motorola and Verizon are striving to release the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update with the Blur UI between the second and third quarter of this year. Stay tuned as we go hunting for the release date of Motorola’s new Blur UI.

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