Verizon has just posted a list to its website to help let people know which devices are destined to get Android 4.0. The list includes the HTC Thunderbolt, Incredible 2, Rhyme, and Rezound, as well as the Motorola Xoom, RAZR, RAZR Maxx, Droid 4, Bionic, Xyboard 8.1 and 10.1. The LG Spectrum and both the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 and 10.1 appear on the list, too. Problem is, the carrier doesn't even say that the updates will arrive this year — if your phone or tablet is on this list, it just means that you'll get Ice Cream Sandwich. Sometime.

Unfortunately, the manufacturers of these devices haven't given us more information on when to expect the upgrade, either. Motorola previously released a large list laying out its ICS upgrade plans, but no dates are given for Verizon's models. The same goes for HTC, and when the LG Spectrum was released we were promised that the upgrade was on its way — again, with no ETA. It's expected that Samsung's Galaxy Tabs will see an update in Q2, but that, too, is far from certain. Until the OEMs or carriers manage to hammer down some more information on these updates, it looks like you'll just have to continue making do with Gingerbread. Except for a few users, it sure looks like Ice Cream Sandwich isn't even out yet.