Gingerbread update from HTC
July 9th, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

Android 3.0 Gingerbread

It is a known fact that every mobile maker tries to score brownie points over competition. One such method is to give increased updates. HTC, one of the premium mobile makers in the UK, is known to be the front runner in technology.

In line with its reputation, HTC announced that there would be an upgrade to the Gingerbread. Announced via facebook, this update would end the wait for the HTC Desire customers. The previously canceled Android 2.3/Gingerbread update is expected to roll out by the end of this month.

As per the update on Facebook, the testing has gone as per expectations and would help the roll out. HTC had initially announced that there were memory problems to bring Android 2.3 and HTC Sense to the Desire. However, it was later decided to remove some of the Sense add-ons to make room for the Gingerbread.

The tests have been in vogue since late June and it is widely expected that a late July release isn’t extravagant. However, it must be noted that there is no news as yet if the update would be released for HTC stock-devices only or if carrier customers get a chance to participate.

Whatever may be the case, HTC is making all efforts to preserve its status as the leader in technology. It needs to be seen if the efforts pay off!

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