Also getting ports are the T-Mobile G2 and Desire Z. Both builds are based on the HTC Kingdom build that leaked last week. These ports are fully functioning, although they carry all the usual bugs that comes from pre-release software.
We know lots of you are waiting for your Gingerbread updates (at least, those of you who haven't turned to custom ROMs yet), so we've compiled a list of which phones we think are getting Gingerbread and and when we can expect updates.
Just because HTC has trotted out the sequel to the HTC Desire doesn't mean that they plan to forget about the original. According to CNET, the HTC Desire line will receive updates to Android 2.3. However, the updates won't come until after the Desire S is launched in the Spring.
Android Police has a roundup of the latest Android 2.3 Gingerbread ROMs that have been made available for phones. While we've seen most of them before there are some new ones listed, including the Desire Z/T-Mobile G2, the HTC myTouch 3G and the HTC Dream.
HTC has updated their Sense UI for their two newest phones, the Desire Z and Desire HD. And while American users might not get to see those updates for a bit (thanks, T-Mobile G2), it's still worth pointing out what's new to the game.
Hey, did yesterday's photo unboxing of the Desire Z leave you wanting more? Well, HTC just did you a solid, posting a plethora of Desire Z how-to videos. If you've ever wondered how to make a ringtone, share content, or merge duplicate contacts, click past the break to see the Desire Z in action.
What's this? It appears that an HTC Desire Z has wandered into our office. Well, you know the rule: if a smartphone crosses our path, we're going to unbox it for you guys. Enjoy the photos below, an unboxing video is forthcoming.
October will be an exciting month with HTC releasing its three latest and I would say the most gorgeous and powerfull devices. Two of these smartphones will run Android 2.2 and the third smartphone will run on Windows 7. We're fianlly seeing a release of HTC smartphone running Windows 7. Our expectations are high for the new operating system by Microsoft.