This week in your world of Android: Google was rumored to impose more restrictions to OEMs, HTC’s upcoming devices leaked, LG detailed the G Pro 2, Flappy Bird was taken down, Google updated some of its core apps, more Galaxy S5 details surfaced, Nokia’s Android device was confirmed, and Oppo announced the launch date of the Find 7.
HTC pledges to provide 2 year’s worth of updates to new flagship devices
In a Reddit AMA, HTC USA's Product Team revealed that it will provide 2 year's worth of updates to new flagships, and that it's "actively exploring" bringing Android 4.4 KitKat to the US variant of the HTC One X. Read on for more!
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.