HTC Wildfire getting Froyo this week0
And some users have already updated, so you might want to check out if the update is already available in your area. Originally, the 3.2-inch handset runs the 2.1 Eclair version of Android and is facing some tough competition from other similarly specced handsets like the LG Optimus One or Samsung Galaxy 3.
You might know that these devices are among the cheapest smartphones around, but word from different sources is that Android smartphones will get even cheaper next year. The Russian market, for example, is soon expected to see an Android phone with a QVGA screen and with a retail price tag of $115. And this is just one of many to hit the market. No word about the availability of those phones in the U.S., but Europe should be getting them in the second quarter of 2011. So, should we start singing the smartphones-in-every-pocket mantra already or wait until next year comes?
source: Facebook via IntoMobile