The timeframe for Froyo on the LG Optimus is a little vague, but Android lovers rocking the HTC Desire have a more definite timetable: Telstra has said there’ll be an over-the-air update to Froyo within the next four weeks.
In a post on Telstra’s corporate blog, mobile handsets staffer Andrew Volard says that a Froyo update for Desire handsets will appear “within the next four weeks”. The need to check that Telstra’s customisations work, and the requirement to get a place in HTC’s testing queue, are apparently the reason it has taken so long.
Volard also notes that Telstra will begin selling the Galaxy S, currently an Optus exclusive, on September 21, though pricing hasn’t yet been revealed.
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