It's been a long time coming, but HTC is finally putting getting around to widely rolling out Android 4.0 to supported handsets. Following news of updates for the Sensation 4G and Amaze 4G on T-Mobile last week, HTC has posted an in-depth guide to when most of its handsets will be upgraded. While the company had previously announced upgrades for most of these devices, nearly all devices now have a target two-month window for upgrades. Of note is the Evo 3D, which will receive its update in June or July, and the Droid Incredible 2, which had a less-specific "by the end of August" window. While most of these dates for the other phones listed are a good bit later than the "early 2012" we heard last fall, it looks like the next three months will bring updates to nearly all eligible phones.

Particularly tardy is the HTC Rezound, which was previously rumored to be upgraded back in April — it's now officially on track for June or July. A few other Verizon devices, including the Rhyme and Thunderbolt, will finally see be upgraded right in the same timeframe. HTC also confirmed that its tablet lineup (including the Flyer, EVO View 4G, and Jetstream) will unfortunately remain on Honeycomb. Similarly, phones with "512MB ROM or less" will not be updated — that list includes the HTC ChaCha, Salsa, Wildfire S, and Explorer, among others.