After Google purchased Motorola Mobility everyone suspected that the Moto device will have priority when the software updates will be released for handsets and tablets. Now, we learn that the Droid RAZR will get Android Ice Cream Sandwich in 2012, while Motorola Xoom will be the first tablet to get the new flavor of Android.
The Xoom was also the first tablet with Honeycomb, so it would be a pity to spoil tradition. No info about release date for now and if you want the info for other tablets, know that HTC will probably offer the Flyer such an update sometime next year, if I were to speculate. They promised to be very open about the update and bring it to their products as soon as possible.
Galaxy Nexus is the absolute first with Android 4.0, followed by confirmations for update of the 2011 Xperia lineup at Sony Ericsson and the Droid RAZR. LG and Samsung are strangely quiet about this, so there must be some math to be done here, since they have a lot of Android models and Samsung quite a bunch of tablets.