HTC Desire HD May Not Get Ice Cream Sandwich Update

Though Google will soon release the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to a few devices, there are many handsets that are expected to get the Ice Cream Sandwich update. Now, the Canadian carrier TELUS’ update list says that the HTC Desire HD’s Android 4.0 ICS update is in doubt.

It has been two years since the company first revealed the handset. In spite of the fact that the HTC handset is growing old, the company is trying to rejuvenate it by updating it with Ice Cream Sandwich. Unfortunately this doesn’t seem to be the case now.

In May, HTC released a list of handsets that will get the new software and the Desire HD was all set to receive the software between July and August.

Last month, the Canadian carrier TELUS released its own list and dated the update for July 25. TELUS has now updated its ICS list and stated that the Desire HD ICS release has been cancelled, and that the decision was taken by HTC because of poor performance of the device during testing.

HTC hasn’t said anything officially about the Desire HD and Android ICS update, but if the device is not getting the update inCanadait is not going to be any different in other parts of the world.

One Response to HTC Desire HD May Not Get Ice Cream Sandwich Update

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