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Yep, there are different builds for different CIDs:

1.11.707.1-Southeast Asia with CID HTC__044
1.11.708.1-Hong Kong with CID HTC__622
1.12.709.2-Taiwan with CID HTC__621

So stealthenator2 apparently has a CID HTC__044 device.
My CID is HTC__622 so I used to have 1.11.708.1 and then updated by OTA to 1.23.708.3.
As far as I know, phones with HTC_044 doesn't even have an update up till now.

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Default factory reset

I think I will try a factory reset, and see if it changes the situation.

Is it going to delete the apps in /data/preload (like the bootloader unlock)?
 
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I think I will try a factory reset, and see if it changes the situation.

Is it going to delete the apps in /data/preload (like the bootloader unlock)?
OK, I did a factory reset. "Sleep mode" is still missing. So I guess it was the 1.23.708.3 update that removed it, after all...
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