ICS update gives a big boost to your HTC Vivid
0. phoneArena posted on 28 Mar 2012, 15:18
Everyone is rightfully excited when they hear that their Android device is getting the update to the newest version of the OS, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but for some users the upgrade may give you more than...
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1. GALAXY-S posted on 28 Mar 2012, 15:47 0 1
thats really nice! i also have an htc sensation i wonder if it'll improve this much as well
2. Muhannad posted on 28 Mar 2012, 15:54 0 1
It really does, going from Gingerbread to ICS on my Sensation was a huge difference. The entire phone feels way faster overall.
4. GALAXY-S posted on 28 Mar 2012, 17:48 0 1
yea thats cool and did you notice battery improvements???
10. Muhannad posted on 29 Mar 2012, 18:32 0 0
I have the custom ROM Android Revolution HD installed and it gives me better battery life. So I would expect better battery life on the official release too.
Sry for the late reply.
5. torr310 posted on 28 Mar 2012, 18:22 2 1
Now I start to feel HTC rocks! It is the best manufacturer for the software updates.
6. RORYREVOLUTION posted on 28 Mar 2012, 18:38 0 1
Yea HTC was smart to do this with their "current gen" phones. While they might never get full ICS SENSE 4.0, this much needed and improved Sense 3.6 is awesome.
7. InspectorGadget80 posted on 28 Mar 2012, 19:06 0 1
Why still release for HTC VIVID instead of the Atrix 4G when it came out a year before that AT&T?
8. kshell1 posted on 29 Mar 2012, 06:13 0 0
htc created the update not motorola moron, motorola will actually have to make the update 1st and im sure their focusing on phones like the droid razr and atrix 2 not the OG atrix
9. bigdawg23 posted on 29 Mar 2012, 06:35 0 0
Atrix 4G came out in Feb 2011 and Vivid came out in Oct. 2011. That is not a year. They will push out the updates for ICS that the Manufactures give them. Also the Vivid is a LTE device while Atrix 4g or even Atrix 2 do not contain LTE. AT&T is smart to push it out to LTE devices before HSPA+ or HSPA devices.