Continuing the recent trend of handset manufacturers attempting to be more transparent with their plans to update devices to the latest version of Android. HTC has joined other manufacturers such as Motorola in releasing detailed timelines for when certain devices will be upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich.
A vast majority of recently released HTC Android phones will be receiving the update sometime within the next three months. The latest of which being the HTC Thunderbolt for Verizon and its international sibling, the Desire HD, which will be tasting Ice Cream Sandwich sometime in July or August.
The only phone listed without a tentative date given for its update to Android 4.0 is the HTC Incredible 2 on Verizon. The status on this particular phone is listed as "to be determined." HTC states that the decision will be made sometime before August.
As for HTC's various tablets, it appears that none of these devices will be getting updated past Honeycomb. These include the HTC Flyer, HTC EVO View 4G, and HTC Jetstream. The devices that will be upgraded will be receiving Sense 3.6 with Android 4.0.3 underneath. HTC claims that there are specific hardware requirements needed to run Sense 4.0 found on the One Series.