HTC gets official with Android 2.2 roll out in Europe this weekend

HTC will be finally be rolling out Android 2.2 (Froyo) updates this weekend. Well, that is for owners of the HTC Desire in Europe.

HTC will be finally be rolling out Android 2.2 (Froyo) updates this weekend. Well, that is for owners of the HTC Desire in Europe.

As reported by Engadget, the weekend update will also include add-ons to the HTC Sense interface, such as 720p video capture, an improved multi-language keyboard, and the manufacturer's signature App Share widget.

Only the HTC Desire will be getting the Froyo upgrade at first, and there's a big catch: you have to have an unlocked device. "Operator-specific" variants will be available in the coming weeks, so if you are locked in with a carrier, you're going to have to wait awhile. Bummer. Users will be notified with an over-the-air update and are recommended to download the package via Wi-Fi.

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