The HTC Sensation that’s sold by T-Mobile in the USA has already been updated to Android 2.3.4 starting last month. Also then the rollout began for unlocked devices sold across Europe. And now we have some great news for those in the UK who own a Sensation purchased from O2.
It looks like the operator finally decided that the update is good enough to get pushed to smartphones it sold, since reports are coming in that it has started rolling out yesterday. The update is, thankfully, of the over-the-air variety, so if your phone hasn’t notified you about its availability yet, wait a few days – it should come. These rollouts are usually staggered. But you probably already saw that notification. In that case, as usual, we strongly recommend updating as soon as possible and not postponing the procedure in any way.
Of course, in a month or two it will be back to the waiting game for owners of anything but one of Google’s Nexus devices, since the next version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, will be out before the end of the year. But for now, O2 customers with HTC Sensations can be happy about the fact that they’re on the latest non-Nexus Android version.
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