US HTC Flyer (WiFi, 3G) Getting Android 3.2 Update

It looks like the US versions of the HTC Flyer are finally getting the upgrade to Android 3.2. Previously on Gingerbread, HTC promised we’d eventually be seeing href=”” rel=”homepage” target=”_blank” title=”Android”>Honeycomb for the 7 inch tablet later down the line. Of course, they had to customize the OS to add support for their scribe technology and their custom user interface so don’t be too mad that it took so long.

We’ve seen two different reports (one in our inbox and one over at of people receiving the upgrade and Engadget says that the 3G version is getting it. No word on the href=”” rel=”wikipedia” target=”_blank” title=”HTC Evo 4G”>EVO View 4G at this time but we can’t imagine it will be too far behind. Be sure to check for the update within your settings menu and let us know if you were able to pull it down! [Thanks Logan!]

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