T-Mobile: Ice Cream Sandwich for HTC Sensation 4G is coming “very soon”

May 4, 2012
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We won’t blame owners of the HTC Sensation 4G – or any other model, for that matter — that get rather testy when it comes to the topic of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. But the tossing and turning in bed waiting for the upgrade might soon be a thing of the past. Although a recent leak about T-Mobile’s planned ICS upgrade schedule indicated that HTC Sensation 4G will only get the latest Android OS in mid-June, it appears the carrier is ready to roll it out faster.

The good news comes from none other than the support forum on T-Mobile’s website. Posted on May 2, the carrier said that they’ve completed the testing process of ICS for HTC Sensation 4G and that they expect to make it available for the phone “very soon”. Although the hows and whens of the upgrading process haven’t been detailed yet by T-Mobile, we won’t be too surprised to see it in the coming days, being the “glass is half-full” bunch that we are.

When it does come to the HTC Sensation 4G, aside from the obvious new ICS experience, you can expect to see a more subdued HTC Sense user interface, much like the upgrade that HTC Vivid 4G on AT&T has received last month, and perhaps the inclusion of Beats Audio enhancement software.

Excited about the arrival of ICS? Do share with the rest of our readers when the update has somehow made it to your beloved HTC Sensation 4G phone.

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