We had heard that the HTC Desire might be shedding some apps in order to make the transition to Google’s most deliciousest pastry yet, but apparently it’s going the whole hog. After memory issues threatened to completely sabotage the Desire’s chances of graduating to Gingerbread HTC announced they’d be nixing it altogether only to promptly change their mind and announce it will be coming after all.
Now a Telstra Australia document seems to clinch the matter, apparently Gingerbread has left the Desire completely Sense-less. At the very least HTC are giving people the option to upgrade and lose the essential HTC-ness of their device or stay behind the times while ensconced in warm and fuzzy Sense, but this entire brouhaha just makes us wonder whether it’s time for smartphones to get laptop-style upgradeable memory.
Source TelstraFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Technology News