Let’s do it again – you know how to do it, I’m sure you’ve done it before… at least a few times. I am talking about hitting the Check for Updates button in the system settings on your Android device. This time around, HTC One users in the Americas with Unlocked and Developer editions are getting a 312MB OTA update to Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat with an improved HTC Sense 5.5.
New alleged images of the HTC M8 leak, showing the dual rear cameras, two-tone flash, and onscreen navigation bar. The shots of the front of the device show onscreen buttons, but also a space between the screen and the speakers that’s occupied by HTC’s logo.
HTC will launch more smartphones in the $150-$300 price range in 2014, both in emerging and developed markets. Besides the new mid-rangers, the company plans to focus on a “very aggressive” marketing its upcoming flagship, the M8.
A purported screenshot of the homescreen of the upcoming HTC M8 shows on-screen buttons, a familiar look, and a few design tweaks.
According to HTC, the Verizon KitKat update for the HTC One has made it through the approval process and should be rolling out “shortly”. Keep reading for more details!
A clear shot of the HTC M8 shows the phone’s two cameras, dual-led flash, and a design that’s very similar to the HTC One’s.
The HTC M8 could launch in late March at New York, says the plugged in @evleaks, but if you were expecting a brand new look, you’re in for a disappointment.
The HTC One Android 4.4.2 KitKat update has now arrived to Sprint, at least for those that manually pull down the update via settings. A wider rollout is expected to start February 11th.
Despite HTC’s recent statements suggesting KitKat would be delayed in North America, Android 4.4.2 KitKat has now arrived to Canadian HTC One owners.
In late October HTC pledged it would roll out KitKat to all HTC One handsets in the U.S. and Canada within 90 days. Unfortunately, HTC has announced it will miss the self-imposed deadline by about 1 to 2 weeks.