It’s been around two weeks since TELUS refreshed its OS upgrade schedule, and now the carrier updated the list of devices once again.
The scheduler now includes two new devices that are expected to receive a major OS upgrade, while a few release dates have been modified.
The bad news is that Android 4.0 ICS for Samsung Galaxy Note has been pushed back to early July, tough the update was previously
slated for a late June release.
Moreover, OS 7.1 for BlackBerry Bold 9790 has been delayed as well and is now expected to arrive in early July. The update was initially scheduled for early June, but for unknown reasons the Canadian carrier was forced to push back the release for about a month.
The good news is that HTC Desire HD is now on the list of devices expected to receive the long-awaited Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade. According to TELUS’ official document
, the Desire HD will receive the hotly anticipated update on July 25.
In addition, LG Optimus Shine is now slated for an Android 2.3 Gingerbread update on June 12. However, this will be the last major OS update this smartphone will receive.
The rest of the upgrade schedule list hasn’t been changed, so expect the Samsung Galaxy S II X to taste Ice Cream Sandwich as early as June 12.
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 8.9 are still slated for a late July Android 4.0 ICS upgrade, while the LG Optimus LTE
and Sony Ericsson Xperia ray are expected to receive their updates in mid-July and late-June, respectively.
Last but not least, TELUS mentions that the MRC3 Windows Phone update for LG Optimus 7 is now available for download, while Nokia Lumia 800 will receive its own OS update sometime in July. Stay tuned for more info on the subject.