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HTC Flyer Honeycomb update starts rolling out for 3G tabs in the States (Updated: WiFi models too)

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Jealous of our friends across the pond, with their fancy Android 3.2 on their GSM-equipped HTC Flyers? Well, be envious no more our Yankee friends -- Honeycomb is here for your stylus-friendly slate of choice. Reports are rolling in from across the web that the update is being pushed to American Flyers (at least the 3G variety) over the air as we speak. If you haven't seen a notification yet, head on in to your tablet's setting to check for it manually and enjoy your new, more tablet-tailored, mobile OS.

Updated: A number of tipsters have also written in to let us know that they're receiving the Honeycomb update on their WiFi-only Flyers as well -- both here in the US and in the UK.

[Thanks, Logan]

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