After HTC Desire S was first unveiled at MWC in Barcelona, back in February in 2011 the device is getting its updates to Android 2.3.5. The handset being the natural successor to the HTC Desire gave an improved performance with a superior GPU, larger capacity of RAM and ROM in addition to faster connectivity. But excluding all these aspects it didn’t show up any dramatic changes yet.
Now as the consumers are soon to receive major software updates, the most inevitable question that comes into our mind is “how this is going to help to offer more superior user experience?” When we asked HTC’s officials regarding this latest changes that involve HTC’s custom user interface which been updated to Sense 3.0, they told, the update will offer new lockscreen elements, along with a refreshed notifications pull-down, as well as other goodies. Hence better usability and more customers’ satisfaction are guaranteed. The updates will be available for the unbranded Desire S in addition to those with the handsets on-contract through network carriers like Vodafone, Orange, and O2. UK users will have to wait one or two weeks more to get the updates.
Since the update is being rolled out in several stages, it may require a little bit of time to reach your device. Customers who have already received the latest updates are requested to share their experiences with us.
Apart from US and UK, HTC didn’t provide any information on the update roll-out for other countries, but we are expecting to see it very soon.