HTC’s been talking about which of its Androids would be seeing updates to Ice Cream Sandwich for some time now, so we’ve generally had a good idea for what to expect. We’ve already seen the company start delivering those updates to some of its lineup, leaving the question of just when it would get around to hitting the rest of them. To help with answers, the manufacturer has put together a convenient table, detailing just when it expects to make ICS available for those remaining devices.

It looks like the majority of phones that haven’t yet started getting ICS will do so next month. That includes models like the Desire S, EVO 3D, Incredible S, and Rezound.

A handful of models won’t start seeing ICS until summer begins, with July arrivals planned for the Desire HD and Thunderbolt. The Droid Incredible 2 is a bit of a wildcard at the moment, and while HTC believes it will get Android 4.0 to the smartphone before the end of August, it’s still not sure just when it will get things flowing.

All these phones making the upgrade to ICS will do so with HTC’s Sense 3.6 in tow. The company has also confirmed that none of its current tablet lineup will be seeing ICS.



DROID Incredible 2 by HTC To be determined (by the end of August)
HTC Amaze 4G May-June
HTC Desire S June-July
HTC Desire HD July-August
HTC EVO 3D June-July
HTC EVO 4G+ May-June
HTC EVO Design 4G June-July
HTC Incredible S June-July
HTC Sensation March-June
HTC Sensation 4G March-June
HTC Sensation XE March-June
HTC Sensation XL April-Jun
HTC Rezound June-July
HTC Rhyme June-July
HTC Thunderbolt July-August
HTC Velocity 4G March-June
HTC Vivid March-June

Source: HTC
Via: Phandroid

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