Verizon has a couple of updates queued up as we head into the Thanksgiving holiday. Both the HTC Rhyme and Samsung DROID Charge are in line for updates, as revealed by recent changelog postings to Verizon’s support site. For the Rhyme, an 8.89MB update moves the handset’s softwrae to build number 1.26.605.11, which brings several security patches to the device including one addressing a data privacy hole found in HTC handsets. In addition, the Twitter API has been updated as well as a few minor bugs.
The Droid Charge get a more noteworthy update in the form of Android 2.3. The software upgrade brings all the expected features of the Gingerbread Android release along with security fixes, updates to the user interface, and Verizon’s Download Manager app. You can read up on the software changes over at Verizon’s support site (Rhyme, Droid Charge).
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TAGS: HTC Rhyme, Samsung DROID Charge