According to DroidLife, an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich test build has been seen over the weekend on the Cheesecake app which is for the owners of the Motorola Droid Bionic.
Motorola DROID Bionic Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich test build rolls out already
What the application does is search Motorola hosted servers which hold public files. Before this leak Motorola had given no indication of details about the Bionic receiving the update other than it being available sometime in the third quarter of this year. At the moment owners are not able to flash and the build is just for engineers but it does suggest that Motorola may be very close to releasing the update soon.
The Droid Bionic from Motorola was the first handset on Verizon to come with a 1GHz dual core processor and at the same time have 4G LTE connectivity. The device has 1GB DDR2 RAM and runs the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. The screen is a high pixel density of more than 250ppi at 540×960 pixels and measures 4.3 inches, it has 1024 MB RAM and connections for TV out in the form of Micro HDMI.
The handset features an 8-megapixel camera on the back of the phone and a camera on the front. It comes packed with apps such as Zumocast so that users are able to stream files wirelessly (phone to computer).