Some good news has come regarding HTC’s Froyo rollout for the Desire.
The wait seems to be almost over, at least if you’re in The Netherlands, Belgium or Luxembourg.
At first, there were the tweets of Mark Moons, the HTC Regional Director for Benelux.
On twitter Mark Moons said (translated):
“Tommorow we start with the upgrades to Android 2.2 for the Desire, more devices later on”
“…(which doesn’t mean that everybody will be getting it tomorrow… there’s a bandwidth limit)”
“A lot of (amongst others) tweakers look forward to 2.2 with extra attention to a specific feature… but 1 important one hasn’t been mentioned! guess…”
And now the HTC Netherlands Twitter account states that the much-anticipated Froyo update for the Desire will start rolling out tomorrow indeed.
This will clearly happen for the Dutch owners of the Desire, perhaps even those in Belgium and Luxembourg. Whether or not the launch will take place at the same time in other markets is unknown at this point.
Also, as you can see from Mark Moons’ tweets, as is always the case with such things, the rollout will be gradual, which means that even if you have a Desire bought in the Netherlands, you might not see the update tomorrow. But sure enough, it will come in the very near future.
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