HTC Desire S was launched at the MWC(Mobile World Congress) in Barcelona Spain earlier this year and few months ago HTC had announced that only the Dual Core Phones and HTC Tablets will have the the HTC Sense UI 3.0. But that has changed as HTC has Quietly started rolling out the Android 2.3.5 and Sense 3.0 update for the HTC Desire S. The Sense 3 update brings key updates like the interactive lock screens, new animations, an updated launcher as well as a host of new widgets, the latest version of the Android Market and access to HTC’s Watch service. Users are also reporting better GPS performance.
Back in May, at Google I/O, it was said that Android devices, at least from a group of selected manufacturers and carriers, would receive full support for at least 18 months after a device’s launch. In this instance, it seems HTC are most certainly making good on that promise.
The Sources at HTC claim that the update will soon be rolling out to carrier locked phones and also the Incredible S. The Indian version of the Desire S is expected to get the update in the next couple of months along the rest of the world.