Sprint HTC EVO 3D ICS OTA Update Finally Rolls Out, New Feature Roundup

Sprint HTC EVO 3D ICS OTA Update Finally Rolls Out, New Feature Roundup Sprint HTC EVO 3D 211x300Sprint HTC EVO 3D users have been waiting for its Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich(ICS) update ever since the OS made its debut and now it looks like that HTC has finally listened to all the Sprint HTC EVO 3D customers and the ICS update has started to roll out.

According to a post from RockLight in the AndroidCentral forums, all the Sprint HTC EVO 3D have started to receive the update which sure comes with a lot of goodness of Ice Cream Sandwich.

Just in case, you don’t remember what new features would ICS come on the Sprint HTC EVO 3D, then here is a quick recap for you.

After the update, your Sprint HTC EVO 3D will have a better UI which Google claims to be simpler, more beautiful and more useful, Face Unlock: use state-of-the-art facial recognition technology to unlock your phone with your beautiful smile, redesigned camera app which introduces many new features like Vignette and Depth of Field, Improved Web browser which now lets you sync Google Chrome™ bookmarks and can now request full desktop versions of websites, better Google Plus integration, a surprisingly accurate and improved keyboard which features an inline spell checker and finally a redesigned Gmail™ app which is now able to search mails without the need of a data connection.

The update is almost 300 MB in size and was originally announced by Sprint a few weeks back. Sprint said that the update would be made available for Sprint HTC EVO 3D sometime around August, so yeah, Sprint has kept its promise of delivering the sweet taste of Ice Cream Sandwich on Sprint HTC EVO 3D.

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  1. Starving customer

    Happily rooted customers here, no bells whistles or fanfare please please. Sprint…HTC…too little, too late. The focus now is on what new devices will sport JellyBean, let’s try to get all compatible and capable handset on the NOW latest version of Android. Celebrating an OS update almost a year later can only garner so much “yippe”.

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