Good news for HTC Desire owners on British network Three -- the carrier has confirmed today that it'll be pushing out the official Gingerbread update for the popular handset as soon as it's made available by HTC. No waiting around for network testing or the addition of carrier-mandated bloatware, instead Three-branded Desires will get the update at the same time as unbranded phones. In a post on its official Twitter account, a Three rep said --
Three customers will get this update as soon as HTC release it, there is not a Three version
The Gingerbread update for the HTC Desire is currently in the final stages of testing at HTC, and is expected by the end of the month.
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