HTC confirms Android 4.0 update timeline for their Android phones

HTC confirms Android 4.0 update timeline for their Android phones

It’s that time of the month when we come up with a good news for all the HTC fanboys out there, and this one might be the best so far. HTC posted a proper timeline on their support page a few days ago, where the Android giant confirmed when their  phones will see the ‘ ICS light’. All the recently released phones are mentioned in the list, and about the Droid Incredible 2, the phone is still in the pipeline, and HTC is still thinking to launch or not to launch ICS for it.

Keep in mind folks that the devices will receive Sense 3.6 with Ice Cream Sandwich. The reason why it will be missing Sense 4.0 as it requires dedicated hardware, and all these old devices are missing it, though you can always look over at XDAdev for the Sense 4.0 ROMS.

For all other devices, check out the list below:

So that’s what HTC is cooking for their Android lovers, I hope to see the updates on time. Anyone else excited for this update? Tell us in the comment box below.

Source: HTC

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  1. Nick Hall
    May 25, 13:51 Reply

    Ugh, the G2/Desire Z isn’t listed as either confirmed or denied! I’m going crazy over here!

    • James Jurack
      May 25, 14:54 Reply

      Same here. So much for getting a Google Experience phone for the timely updates.

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