abcd, 22 Nov 2011yes..devices like wildfire s and desire s/hd should also get the updates since they are not so... moreno the reason they are only putting it on the sensation and later models is that they are dual core phones and can handle it, your wildfire is a 800 mhz single core. even if they made a version for the wildfire, it would run so slow and be choppy because of its tiny prosessor and miniscule amount of ram.
If HTC wants to become master in India, they should provide ICS upgrade for some older versions like Wildfire S, HTC Salsa etc..
yes..devices like wildfire s and desire s/hd should also get the updates since they are not so old...hope htc makes the right decision in helping the customers feel they made the right choice
AnonD-29820, 10 Nov 2011i just got a sensation xe.... so want to know that is it upgradeable to android 4.0 ........?For goodness sake, please read the post before comments !
it's been stated there black on white
Hey What about the HTC Desire HD Phone...I got the Gingerbread 2.3.3 installed but will we atleast get the Gingerbread 2.3.5 Upgrade...HTC doesnt desert the other phones like the Desire HD because it isnt very long before the this phone was launched.
Disappointed that desire hd is not on that list. But lets not lose hope yet. Devs from xda are very talented after all.
i just got a sensation xe.... so want to know that is it upgradeable to android 4.0 ........?
AnonD-8073, 09 Nov 2011is it comming to sedire hd or not...??? Let's hope for the best, as per the article it appears there is even though a little, some hope.
What happened to HTC supporting all their devices for 18 months? I went from Desire to Desire S and work in the phone industry. I'm F'd if I'm gonna continue using or promoting their devices.
Tell me if I buy the HTC Sensation XL now will it be obsolete in 6 months time like the Desire HD or am I better off an iPhone for consistency and stability? Judging by the comments so far it seems Android is still a toy so HTC can pump out volumes of low cost disposable consumer product. Cut and Run, sell & forget. Am I angry, sure am, I purchased the Desire HD 7 months ago thinking it was the latest and the best and will get ICS to find it's already obsolete.
they say almost all of the Sensations, but, the 4g t-mobile version will receive it???
This is so wrecking android :( I wanna use android but the fragmentation and stuff is really.. yea... well there is nexus tho..
Anonymous, 09 Nov 2011sorry but nexus one won't get official ICS update :( but Nexus S is getting ICS.
Gotta luv Google and Sammy :)
Ameer, 09 Nov 2011HTC Desire HD, Best of luck!is it comming to sedire hd or not...???
I am disappointed to see that so few handsets get the upgrade. Strange thing is I do not even have an android phone. Robert Lichota.
It's android - this is the biggest con of it - you won't get an update unless smarphone company decides to update older devices than 3 months old. Basically, more than 50% of android users are left with same old software even if their device is released in a 6 months or has decent specs.
Only Google Nexuses get almost all android updates.
Bob, 08 Nov 2011For people reading this, I suggest you try Windows Phone. You'll be surprised how much better ... moreone thing i dont like about the IPhone is how little you can personalize it, windows phone takes that to the next level...and makes it even more bland.