Recently, HTC did a AMA on Reddit to answer the questions users may have. Several questions were asked, and the Taiwanese OEM gave several good news to its users, including the arrival of the Android 4.4 KitKat update for HTC One Max and HTC One Mini.
They also shared another good news saying the upcoming flagship devices will get all major Android updates for two years after they are released. However, these are only limited to North American flagship devices and not international models, which might turn out to be a bad news for people in other parts of the globe.
It’s a pretty good news for all HTC owners as well as the potential ones. Because it doesn’t really feel good when you spend hundreds of bucks of a new flagship and later find out the OEM is not pushing timely updates to it, and this is normally the came with those using Android as their operating system. HTC has already detailed the stages involved in the update process, and showed why it takes a longer time for the updates to reach end users.
On a sidenote, HTC is working on the successor of the HTC One, which is expected to see the daylight in the coming months.
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Android News, Mobile Phone News, Top News