Android Honeycomb 3.2 rolls out for the HTC Flyer

The Flyer had a bit of shaky start due its miniature stature and considerably tall asking price, which didn’t go down well with gadget freaks around the world. Now, with the drastically reduced price and the latest announcement about the arrival of Honeycomb it’s doesn’t seem like such a bad deal after all. Currently France is the first to get the Android 3.2 update for the 32GB Wi-Fi + 3G version, but several users from the Netherlands have also reported to have received the update.

The Flyer is skipping Gingerbread and is on a direct flight to Ice Cream Sandwich

The Flyer is skipping Gingerbread and is on a direct flight to Ice Cream Sandwich

 

HTC is rolling this out phase wise and will be available OTA. It’s a sizable update, at roughly 210MB, so you might want to attach yourself to a Wi-Fi source, before you proceed. If the update hasn’t reached your country yet, don’t worry, I’m sure someone will figure out a way to perform this manually, just keep checking Google. This is the first time HTC has ported Sense over to Honeycomb, although it may not be the exact version we are familiar with on mobile phones. Still, it’s better than having the stock Honeycomb interface.


Published Date: Dec 06, 2011 10:21 am | Updated Date: Dec 06, 2011 10:21 am