T-Mobile has just announced that the HTC Sensation 4G‘s upgrade to Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread has begun to roll out and may not complete until sometime in September. That’s right, this is a true OTA folks and it doesn’t appear that it can be pulled manual until T-Mobile rolls it out to you. That means that it could be a couple of weeks before some of you see it. Bummer, but hey, the improvement list is pretty substantial.
So here’s what we got coming with the update, according to T-Mobile:
- Software stability
- Improved battery life
- Improvements to Trace dictionary
- Improvements to screen responsiveness
- Improvements to video playback
- Improvements regarding device reboot / power off
- Improvements to icon pixilation
- Improvements to Wi-Fi connection
- Improvements to screen/photo resolution
Not bad, right? So, now, I recommend smashing down on the ‘Check’ option in your HTC software updates section of your phone. You might just find a nice little surprise awaiting you.
Anyone seeing it yet?
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