Motorola XOOM Upgrades to Ice Cream Sandwich

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Earlier this year, the Galaxy Nexus became the first smartphone to feature the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. Starting June 4, the Motorola XOOM will be the first Verizon Wireless tablet to begin upgrading to the latest Android OS.

The upgraded functionality includes speech-to-text technology and the ability to dismiss individual notifications by swiping a finger over an item. Users can also customize the new launch bar as well as create folders to access frequently used apps from the homepage.

In addition to app management and functionality improvements, the upgrade comes with a built-in photo editor allowing customers to crop and rotate photos, remove red eyes, add effects and correct levels of images.

Here's a full list of Verizon devices coming to or currently on Ice Cream Sandwich. For the latest Verizon Wireless news follow @VZWnews on Twitter.

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