According to Droid Life, HTC Turkey took to Facebook yesterday to lay out its plans for upgrading its phones to the latest and greatest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich. The chart has since been taken off of the Facebook page, but it shows that nearly all of the company's recent phones (the Rhyme is notable exception) are confirmed to be getting ICS in the coming months. According to the chart, the Sensation (4G), Sensation XE, Sensation XL, Rezound, Evo Design 4G, and Vivid will be updated this month, with the Thunderbolt getting the upgrade in the first quarter of this year. The chart also says the Evo 3D was to be updated in December of last year, so it looks like it must have been delayed. We already knew the Nexus One would not get ICS, but there are certainly plenty of other phones on the chart that are not yet confirmed for an ICS upgrade. Take a look below and cross your fingers that your phone will get 4.0 soon.

Update: HTC's Jeff Gordon has told us that the supposedly leaked chart is a fake and that it doesn't represent the company's plans.