Android ICS update rollout schedule for HTC

There are no doubt many of the Android faithful out there hoping that their smartphone will eventually seen an update to Android Ice Cream Sandwich, and maker are currently working on getting the new operating system ready for rollout to certain devices. However when it comes to HTC we now know what devices will get the update initially.

Yesterday HTC was kind enough to announce via Google Plus that they now have their Android Ice Cream Sandwich rollout schedule for initial devices, and those smartphones are…

The first rollout of the Android 4.0 upgrade will be to the HTC Sensation, HTC Sensation XE, HTC Sensation 4G at the end of March, and followed by the HTC Sensation XL soon after.

Furthermore HTC has also confirmed that they will deliver the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update to the HTC Rezound, HTC Amaze 4G, HTC EVO 3D, HTC EVO Design 4G, HTC Vivid, HTC Desire HD HTC Incredible S and HTC Desire S at some point later in the year.

Other than that they say to stay tuned for further developments on Android Ice Cream Sandwich upgrades in the coming weeks.

So, there you have it if you own one of those first listed batch of HTC smartphones you can expect to see ICS hit your smartphone near the end of next month, whilst others will have to wait until later in the year, but just when later is for now anyone’s guess, but as soon as we hear more we will of course pass it along.

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One thought on “Android ICS update rollout schedule for HTC”

  1. Cmiller2121 says:

    Sick of waiting for updates, with what we pay for phones and monthly service fees the least the manuacturer and respective cell companies could do is release a timely update. They have the code to the new OS in plenty of time to do just that. I believe they hope people will get sick of waiting and upgrade to the next best thing that comes preloaded with the new android OS.

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