HTC has confirmed a major commitment to their current clientele and potential future customers with the declaration that "most phones" released under their brand name in 2010 will be powered by Google Android OS 2.2.
According to Pocket-lint, HTC will be implementing the highly anticipated Android 2.2 (a.k.a. Froyo) update later this year, and possibly as soon as the end of the summer. Unfortunately, there isn't a specific roadmap available yet, but it will definitely be made available for the Desire in the UK and Droid Incredible smartphones.
HTC has been having a pretty good year so far. The Google-helmed Nexus One might not have received the spectacular reaction they hoped for (nor the send-off), but the Droid Incredible has surpassed all expectations. Not to mention a number of HTC smartphones made it to ZDNet's Matthew Miller's list of the top 10 smartphones of 2010 so far.