As promised, HTC has now confirmed its plans to bring One M8 and M7 owners Android 5.0 Lollipop no later than 90 days from today.
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HTC’s Eye Experience update is now making its way over to Verizon and T-Mobile One M8 handsets, alongside an update to Android 4.4.4.
If a filing in the Bluetooth SIG database is any indication, HTC is already hard at work testing and adapting Lollipop to the One (M8).
HTC’s new Eye Experience software update is arriving for unlocked versions of the One M8 today.
An Android 4.4.4 update for the HTC One M8 is currently rolling out across Europe. The update also contains HTC’s new Eye Experience camera software.
The One (M8 Eye) – yes, that’s the official name – is now listed on HTC’s Chinese online store, with a 3,999 yuan ($650) price tag and an October 15 release date.
Consumer Reports used a standard three points test to see how much force the phones can withstand until they show a permanent deformation. The devices in the test group were the HTC One (M8), LG G3, and Galaxy Note 3, and three iPhones: 5, 6, and 6 Plus.
HTC is rumored to be announcing the new HTC M8_EYE in October, a phone that is being explained as ‘what the HTC One (M8) should have been,’ with a 13MP Duo camera, for starters.
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