I have just spotted the following on the techradar.com site: Android 2.2 release date: when will you get it? | News | TechRadar UK Three announces HTC Hero and HTC Desire Android upgrade dates | News | TechRadar UK Three are saying that "HTC are building a specific version for Three which will take them a few weeks. Once we have this version it will be tested, approved by Google and then rolled out to customers." The Desire handsets that I have seen in the Three Store so far are unbranded and unlocked. Do you think this means that the FroYo update for Three is going to brand the phones? I really want to avoid this, but the contract on my existing phone doesn't expire for another month. So the question is, do I wait and take the risk of getting a branded phone, or do I get one now and hope that I can get the default 2.2? Can anybody confirm that 2.2 is currently available on unbranded and unlocked Desires from the Three Store? BTW, I realise that I can get an unbranded Desire for Three from CPW, but this phone doesn't have the language capability that I need, whereas the one from Three Store does.