Android 4.1 Jelly Bean may be the hottest Android OS version in town, but the update is going to take its time to arrive to supported devices. In fact, except for the unofficial Jelly Bean ports that we have seen recently and the ones Google confirmed that are upgradeable to Android 4.1, we have no idea which of the current Android devices will get the new OS version in the near future.
Samsung and HTC have released vague statements regarding Jelly Bean upgrades, therefore in the mean time we’re still focusing on Ice Cream Sandwich upgrades, as various Android device makers are rolling them out as we speak.
Such is the case of the HTC Incredible S, which is getting the Ice Cream Sandwich right now. According to The Unwired, not only is the Incredible S getting ICS, but HTC is also releasing the first Android 4.0.4 upgrade for one of its Android devices that support Android 4.x versions. In addition to ICS you should also expect to taste HTC Sense 3.6 on the handset once the upgrade is performed.
The same source reports that this upgrade measures 250MB in size that will be available initially for the GSM version of the Incredible S and should be rolled out over-the-air (OTA).