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UpdatedT-Mobile has confirmed to TechRadar that it has started rolling out the Android 2.2 update to its HTC Wildfire customers.
Vodafone has confirmed it is offering the HTC Wildfire Android 2.2 update to its customers minutes after HTC announced the update was ready.
HTC has announced that it is doing a European roll out of Android 2.2 to HTC Legend handets this week.
The long-awaited updates to the HTC Desire are still to drop on network-bought phones, but Virgin Media has come out with a more definitive UK release date.
The HTC Desire will be getting Android 2.2 in Q3 this year, along with the HTC Wildfire and HTC legend.