HTC has updated the HTC Sensation, HTC Rezound, HTC EVO Design 4G and EVO 3D to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, those who own theVerizon HTC ThunderBolt and Droid Incredible 2 are still waiting but not for long. HTC in Facebook discussion confirmed that is planning to finish off the updates by the end of August.
HTC plans to complete the Android 4.0 ICS updates by the end of August for announced models. The HTC Rezound update started on August 2. You can manually download the upgrade by going to settings , tapping software update, and then selecting “check new” to download.
HTC listed the Droid Incredible 2 as getting an update, therefore it should be getting an update by the end of the month because HTC is planning to finish by the end of August. Hopefully Verizon will follow through with HTC's promise.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich adds some features such as Android Beam, Face Unlock, a new UI, voice-to-text and improved camera (see all features and video). The update also includes an upgrade of HTC Sense to 3.6.
HTC support reportedly stated that the update for the HTC Desire S will be provided as a developer package that will be shared by the htc dev. portal(site). Each user will be able to download the update starting from 20th Aug 2012. After using this update the customer will loose the phone warranty.
HTC previously warned:
“Because of partner and network testing, and approval processes for device updates, it can take up to 45 days for all carriers and countries to get the update after a rollout has begun. If your phone has not received the update after the 45-day period, navigate to Settings>About>Software Updates to have your device manually check for updates. In general, devices with 512MB ROM or less will not be upgraded to Android 4.0.”