After rolling out the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the unlocked HTC 10, the Taiwanese OEM has now announced that it will start rolling out the Nougat update for its 2015 flagship, the HTC One M9, from later today.
HTC One (M9) Hima: Release date, Specs, News & Rumors
HTC has already confirmed that it will be updating the HTC 10, One A9, and One M9 to Android 7.0 Nougat even before the final release of the OS dropped from Google. Now that Nougat is officially out, HTC has provided an estimated timeframe as to when the update would be making its way to a few of its devices.
Earlier today, Google rolled out a ton of new announcements by way of its keynote speech kicking off this year’s Google I/O developer conference.
While the newswires await any official information regarding the OnePlus 3, alleged leaked images of the handset have begun making rounds online. It is rumoured that around May 18th there would be official announcement from OnePlus, regarding a June launch for the phone. Nonetheless, for now, all there is to go on are these images and other rumours surrounding the device.
Earlier today, HTC announced its newest flagship handset: the HTC 10. Immediately you will notice considerable differences between the HTC 10 and its predecessor, the One M9. The build quality is much better and the design feels more natural to hold. It retains the slight rounding of the back, making this a comfortable phone to grasp.
HTC was among the first manufacturers to roll out Android 6.0 to its flagships, but as usual, the update first arrived on handsets in the US. Now, Marshmallow is all set to come to the One M8 and One M9 internationally, with HTC UK revealing that the update will start rolling out to the two devices within 48 hours.
To celebrate Cyber Monday, HTC is offering a staggering 40 percent discount on its 2015 flagship, the HTC One M9, and 60 percent discount on the RE Camera. Both offers are applicable until 2nd December, though it is likely that HTC will run out of stock first.
As if the three different variants of the One M9 were not already enough, HTC today unveiled a new handset carrying the M9 moniker in China: the One M9e.