HTC Velocity (HTC Vivid) Receives Ice Cream Sandwich in Australia [video]


Telstra customers who own the HTC Velocity, which would be known as the HTC Vivid here in America, are reporting that they are being notified of an incoming software update for their phones. The upgrade has stepped them up to Android 4.0, apparently – a relatively fast turn-around time and something we’re not used to from HTC. More than that, HTC Sense 4.0 – which, up to this point, was only promised for HTC One devices – seems to be joining along the ride. That should be good news for those of you in the United States, but nothing is promised. [via Android Communuity].

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. It says sense 3.6

    1. Right near the end of vid, it sure does.

      1. I believe it is 3.6, just look at the clock and the multitasking.

        1. haha at least sense 3.6 has the stock multitasking from ICS which i prefer

  2. I wish the guy would’ve made this video in HD when making this. It’s 2012 people.

    1. who needs an HD “recorder”   It’s a freaking youtube video showing an phone running an updated OS.   People sure love to complain about insignificant things. It’s 2012 people, care about more important things in life.

      1. I can barely see the dudes phone. 

        1. Then buy a better computer.

          1. Awwww… you’re so right. How the hell did I not come up with that myself? Cause ya know…. that’ll help the youtube video display better n stuff


        2. I’m with you John HD is everywhere.  Why upload a video of something in 360p when you are supposed to be paying attention to the details in the video.  

    2. I have a HD version, but we’ve got some pretty crappy upload speeds here in Aus, and I just wanted to get it out there

  3. Does Flash work on non Nexus ICS devices???

  4. Just testing this out.

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