Update: Sprint's posted the official changelog, here it is:
HTC EVO 4G LTE Software Update - 3.15.651.16
- WiFi Authentication Improvement
- Personalized ringtones
- Calendar event description hyperlinks and calendar reminder improvements
- Addition of Sprint Connections Optimizer
- Upgrade to Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) with HTC Sense 4+
- Improved Browser performance
- Face Unlock Improvement
- Application Improvements to YouTube, Google+, Gmail, Maps, and more
- Improved Camera including Auto Portrait and Sightseeing Mode capabilities
- Improved Gallery with ability to display photos and video albums according to when or where taken
- Tap and Go function to connect the phone to select Beats Audio speakers
- HTC Get Started support to allow device set up from a computer
- Software version is: 3.15.651.16
- Updates may be released in stages. When checking for the update, you may receive a message that no update is available, check back later or wait until the update notification is sent to your device.
- Refer to the HTC EVO 4G LTE Software Updates blog for install instructions
We're hearing from a tipster that the EVO 4G LTE Jelly Bean update is rolling out today, confirming the Sprint leak we reported on yesterday suggesting as much (the build number matches, as well). Here's a screenshot of the update dialogue:
Doesn't get much more confirmed than that. The update of course brings Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which adds features like Google Now and expandable notifications. The latest version of HTC's Sense UI overlay, Sense 4+, is also in tow, though it's a pretty minor bump. There's a mention of improved power management, too, and that's always a welcome change.
We're still waiting on an official changelog from Sprint, though it's likely that will just be a mirror image of what's shown here. Start frantically hitting that 'Check for updates' button!