Because HTC Desire is the same device as Google Nexus One, it should get all the same Android updates as Nexus One. There is no question about this. It if gets less, then shame on HTC.
blahblah, 28 Feb 2011Oh yeah another android! Testing.., Testing..., no difference, same old crap, pretending to be... moreIf you're so satisfied with Symbian, why do you have to comment on an Android topic just to prove it?
please can anyone tell me which site or from where & how i can update my HTC desire (Eclair) to 2.2 froyo or even 2.3 Gingerbread when its available ??!!
Oh yeah another android! Testing.., Testing..., no difference, same old crap, pretending to be new, same ui, same all.., money wasted., better to stick with symbian. 100% satisfaction, and unique, unlike android, that we can see in all devices.., boooring!!! Wake up guys, i will not be surprised if someday men will be android too.., lol
the x10 for me was a good phone but when i try the nexus 1 i was like wtf x10 is crap. Only good thing on x10 is the cam just like n8. A good cam is not the only thing i want from a phone. Htc am with you now for a long time. Good bye Sony am never coming back!
AnonD-1061, 28 Feb 2011HTC always had great support. I wasn't worried about Gingerbread, because even if HTC wouldn't... morehey man, i got the desire HD ROM too, but finding it really laggy (RCMix 3.0). are you finding the same? or you you run another hd rom, like reflexTsense?
And FYI I will not buy another android phone until the OS reached Ice cream with quadcore processor.
What about giving Hero some sense and sensibility PLEASE, HTC...
WHERE IS THE FROYO UPDATE FOR 2009 FLAGSHIP PHONE HTC HERO???
If I have a choice back then, I would bought Desire. But it wasn't available then. Please refresh your memory.
Thanx HTC, no other company provides such kind of support to their users....always HTC from now onwards!!!!
Anonymous, 28 Feb 2011Wtf, cant we just go for honeycomb.Honeycomb is ONLY for tablets!
HTC always had great support. I wasn't worried about Gingerbread, because even if HTC wouldn't bless our Desires with Gingerbread, the geniuses at xda would do that anyway, just like now that I'm running a fully working Desire HD ROM on my Desire!
sold my HTC Desire just last week, looking forward to a Honeycomb tablet instead.
I switched from the miserable and hopeless Motorola Milestone XT720 to a HTC Desire just 1 month ago, and boy! I've never regretted making this switch! With such world class support to it's product range, HTC will definitely become the leader in this highly compatitive smart phone industry. 2 thumbs up for you, HTC!
Well now dose this mean I'll be left out because I technically have a G2. Essentially the same thing as Desire-Z just minus the Sense UI. I had better not be. I'm already debating on getting one of the new super phones coming out, but if I can still get 2.3 than I'll hold off for a while longer.