HTC Evo 3D ICS update comes to EMEA, Sprint users left wanting it too

HTC Evo 3D ICS update comes to EMEA, Sprint users left wanting it too

So, you have an Evo 3D, and you want your ICS update? Good news! You’ve got it! As long as you live in Europe, the Middle East, or Asia, that is. HTC has rolled out the update to the EMEA market, yet US Sprint customers are left in the dark.

The update itself is about 300MB, and includes HTC Sense 3.6… which is at least something, but doesn’t hold a candle to Sense 4.0.

There’s no word yet as to when Sprint users here in the states are expected to see the same rollout. What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments.

via phandroid

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6 Comments

    • jjgnc
      July 15, 15:27 Reply

      Yea it’s July 15th now…and nothing.

  1. Shaminder
    June 26, 15:06 Reply

    I just got ICS update on my EVO 3D. I’m living in Qatar and using Qtel.

  2. jjgnc
    July 15, 15:27 Reply

    I have an Evo 3D and I’m frustrated that there is no update yet for me. Yet there is an update for the rest of the world including….the Middle East? What’s wrong with Sprint???

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