Great news for all you HTC Sensation owners who aren’t in the US. It looks like HTC has started pushing out the long-awaited Ice Cream Sandwich update for the phone.

cb5b03 HTC Sensation Ice Cream SandwichAccording to reports online, folks in Germany and Sweden have already started receiving the notification to download the over the air (OTA) update. There is no official changelog at the moment but the update is said to introduce Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich and HTC Sense 3.6 to the smartphone.

In addition to the original Sensation, the Sensation XE is also said to be receiving the update. Anybody with a HTC Sensation received the updates yet? Be sure to let us know how it goes for you. The update is 297MB in size, so be sure to download it over WiFi lest you end up wasting precious bandwidth on your monthly data plan.
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HTC Sensation gets Ice Cream Sandwich in Nordic countries

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