In under 24 hours, HTC has done a complete U-turn on their former flagship Desire phone after public pressure (we assume), announcing via its UK Facebook page that "contrary to what we said earlier, we are going to bring Gingerbread to HTC Desire." Great news for owners of the year-old phone, though we wonder how they shrunk the Sense UI down? [Facebook]
HTC Changes Its Mind, Decides Gingerbread On Desire Is Possible
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