Summer is in full effect and LG may have plans to keep a some of their customers cool during the heatwave in the form of ice cream. Ice Cream Sandwich that is. According to a rep over on LG’s support forums, Android 4.0 is ready for prime time and they’re now just waiting around for Verizon to give a date for the roll out. He later asked forum members to keep an eye on the company’s update page for more information, once again — while they wait for word from Verizon. Shouldn’t be much longer, friends. This news comes after an ICS update was leaked almost 2 months ago for the device. Any of our readers currently own the LG Spectrum?
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