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Three has issued a statement regarding the Android 2.1 and Android 2.2 updates to the HTC Hero and HTC Desire respectively.
Acer reboots its Liquid range with the addition of the Liquid E - which seems to be nothing more than an Android 2.1 update. Is it worthy of a separate release, or is Acer just trying to pull two launches out of one phone?
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Android 3.0 has apparently been detailed in a Russian podcast, highlighting how it will only be used for high-end handsets in the future.
If you've got an HTC Hero, chances are you've been sitting on the side of the Android highway, watching glumly as all the new phones roar into the distance with their fancy Eclair updates while you're stuck with the crummy Cupcake.
HTC has finally started updating UK Hero owners to Android 2.1, although it's not going to be completed just yet.
The anticipated launch of the HTC Hero Android 2.1 update could be coming to the UK in the near future.