Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the HTC Velocity 4G (that's the international version of AT&T's Vivid) has started to push out to handsets on the Telstra network in Australia, according to reports. Aussie blog Ausdroid.net reports that in addition to ICS, the update brings the LTE-connected phone up to HTC Sense 3.6. That's the same version of HTC's UX layer that arrived on European Sensations last week, including a few tweaks here and there, but not the complete overhaul offered by the upcoming Sense 4.0.
If you're a Velocity owner in Australia, you can get your hands on the latest version by heading to Settings > About phone > Software updates and tapping "check for updates."
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Hmmm i feels like the manufactures been waiting for Google to do there privacy stuff and Google Play stuff and then roll updates, it seems that lot of them been ready for some quite time now and thats why we got ICS updates rain
When will the update be here in HK, where the Velocity 4G is the only LTE phone available?
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