For those on AT&T’s network, you’ll be happy to know the One M7 and One M8 will soon be seeing an update to Android 5.0 Lollipop, starting with the HTC One M7 sometime today.
Following the announcement, and upcoming release, of its successor, we take a quick look back at the HTC One (M8)!
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If you’d like to try out Sense 7 on your HTC One M8, SkyDragon has released a new custom ROM that brings the new features to HTC’s 2014 flagship.
Yes, it’s true. The M9 of 2015 is just a modified M8 from 2014, save for some killer internal additions. Sadly it’s the cover that people judge books by.
Verizon is now pushing out the update to Android 5.0 Lollipop to HTC One M8 owners. The update brings the addition of Band 4 LTE roaming and enhancements to 3-way calling, among the other many visual changes with Lollipop.
We compare HTC’s 2014 flagship with its 2015 iteration. Here is a how the HTC One M9 compares to the HTC One M8.
HTC has announced its second collector’s edition UEFA Champions League One M8 smartphone, this time engraved with every tournament winner.
In response to a user’s inquiry on Twitter, HTC’s Mo Versi outed that the Verizon HTC One M8 is expected to get the Lollipop update in the first week in March.
T-Mobile is about to hook you up with Android 5.0 Lollipop for your HTC One (M8) handset. The OTA should start pushing out this coming Monday, February 9th.