Sprint’s HTC EVO Design 4G gets Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update

So we reported earlier today that the HTC EVO 3D on Sprint got updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and just like even earlier reports have suggested, it seems that the HTC EVO Design 4G has also received its update to Android 4.0 ICS as well. The update was initially scheduled for early August, but with July at its end, we guess Sprint and HTC managed to push it out slightly ahead of schedule which we’re by no means complaining. The changelog does not state if this upgrades the UI to Sense 4.0 or if it will still run on Sense 3.6, so if any of you HTC EVO Design 4G users on Sprint who have already received the update, do let us know in the comments below! If you have yet to receive the notification to update, you can always try to manually fetch it or you can wait for a couple of days where the update should eventually be pushed out to you guys.

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