If you’ll recall, yesterday, we reported on Three’s statement to the public on the upgrade status for their HTC Hero phones for 2.1. According to the statement, their end of the development was complete, and they were simply waiting for the go-ahead from Google. Well, now it seems that they’re giving us an update on their plans for the HTC Desire as well, but this time it’s for the Froyo update.
According to the statement:
Although the HTC Desire update was released for unlocked phones last week, HTC are building a specific version for Three which will take them a few weeks. Once we have this version it will be tested, approved by Google and then rolled out to customers. Although it goes without saying that we will get the update to customers ASAP, it’s likely to be towards the end of summer until we can guarantee a problem free version for our customers.
In other words, it looks like some relatively major testing on the new OS is going on now, and hopefully we’ll see an update for the Desire around September.