HTC Wildfire Android 2.2 Update To Roll Out In Europe This Week
By on December 20th, 2010

Quite a few months ago, HTC announced that the HTC Desire, Legend and the Wildfire will be getting their share of Froyo love. The company started first rolled out the Froyo update for Desire and recently started rolling out the Android 2.2 update for the Legend in Europe. Now, the Taiwanese handset manufacturer has announced via an FB status update that they will start rolling out the Froyo update for the Wildfire from this week.

Here is what the company announced on Facebook:

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So Wildfire users in Europe will get their Android 2.2 update before Christmas (hopefully), whereas Wildfire owners in other regions of the world will get it by February next year. However, by that time the whole world will be going gaga over their Android 2.3 and Honeycomb (Android 2.4 if rumors are right) update.

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  • Kumar Saraboji

    hi, honeycomb is meant for tablets, it is nothing to do with mobile versions like froyo, gingerbread etc., itz a seperate line of OS

    • http://www.lifeofrajesh.com Rajesh Pandey

      No! Honeycomb is targeted primarily towards tablets but its not confirmed that the update won’t be for handsets as well.

      I expect Google to release Honeycomb for handsets as well bringing in very subtle changes and if not at least a standalone GTalk app so as to enable Video calling natively on Android.

 
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