The saga of the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) update for the HTC Desire continues. Still.
First HTC said there wouldn’t be a Gingerbread update for the original Desire, stating lack of available memory as the issue. Then they back-tracked and said there would be an update by removing some ‘key applications’ in order to make the necessary space.
I’m all for keeping users updated onthe status of new hardware/software, but this something that should just happen, particularly after angering users in the first place by announcing it wouldn’t happen. This phone is too old for blow-by-blow updates like the interest a new handset would generate – just build it, test it, and roll it out the door.