AT&T has begun the rollout of Android 4.0 to one of it's newest devices. The HTC Vivid is the first device in the US to receive an official ICS upgrade. The software was available for manual download last week.
The upgrade is now automatically rolling out over the air to all users. Aside from the standard Ice Cream sandwich goodness, the update brings support for third party apps to access Beats Audio capabilities of the device. Users simply need to be connected to a WiFi network and have their battery charged to at least 50%.
AT&T has also announced that ten other devices on their network will receive the update in "the coming months." No further information on a timeframe in which we can expect these updates was given. Hopefully this is a sign that we will finally begin to see devices that aren't the Galaxy Nexus running ICS in the near future.
A list of devices to be upgraded soon is listed below
Motorola ATRIX 2
Motorola ATRIX 4G
Samsung Captivate Glide
Samsung Galaxy Note
Samsung Galaxy S II
Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket
Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9