Just a few days after Google launched Android 9 Pie into the public, HTC is already stepping up to confirm which of its own devices will be getting the new software.
HTC has started rolling out the Android 8.0 Oreo update for its flagship handset, the U11. The company has started rolling out the update in its home market Taiwan first with a wider international rollout scheduled over the coming weeks.
HTC has started rolling out a major update for its current flagship, the HTC U11, that adds plenty of new features to the device. This includes support for Bluetooth 5.0 and the ability to record videos at 60fps in Full HD resolution.
There are numerous superlatives that could be levelled at the new HTC U11. It’s super-speedy, it takes superb photos, it’s virtually ‘stock’ (Android), the display’s fabulous… and it’s a great mirror. Not electronically, through the selfie camera – the back of the U11 itself is effectively mirrored, reflecting colours and details from whatever’s in front of it. Which at least makes the unadorned phone stand out in a crowd, even if it’s the lady opposite you on the tube checking that her hair looks OK…