By Stephen Schenck | February 15, 2012 2:49 PM
T-Mobile introduced the United States to its first native Windows Phone Mango handset last fall upon the release of the HTC Radar 4G. Since then, it’s become one of the carrier’s most popular models. To help keep it up on top, the phone will soon be getting a small software update, as revealed through a leaked T-Mobile screenshot.
According to this info, notifications for the Radar 4G’s update should start going out to T-Mobile subscribers today. Most of the changes attributed to this release, bringing the phone up to system software 7.10.8107.79, are relatively minor, and mainly of the bugfix variety. Those include a correction to how time zones are handled for Arizona residents, as well as security updates issued by Microsoft. The phone’s proximity sensor gets a tweak in this update, which should lead to more consistent operation. If you’re a Google user, you may now notice an improvement in how Windows Phone syncs with your Gmail contacts.
Be on the lookout for notifications of this update to start showing up any time now.