Last week, HTC has officially announced that the HTC One M9 users that are connected to Verizon and T-Mobile networks are set to receive the Android Marshmallow upgrade. Unfortunately, the HTC One M9 owners that have their devices connected to AT&T will need to wait a bit longer, as according to TechTimes, this mobile carrier has encountered some technical issues.
Leon Rosenzwaig, the product manager at HTC, has announced via his official Twitter account that the unlocked version of the HTC A9 in Canada will also receive the latest version of Android M. As for the HTC One M9 owners that live in other parts of the word, they should expect this update to “hit” their devices soon enough.
For example, the Canadian telecommunications companies such as Wind Mobile, Videotron, Rogers and Sasktel said that they’ve already started rolling out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to their subscribers. In addition, the HTC One M8 & M9 owners that have their devices connected to TELUS have also started to receive the Android M update.
Because of this latest news, many HTC fans think that the Android M update will also land on other HTC devices in the next days. Here are some HTC devices that are scheduled to receive the Android M soon: HTC Butterfly 3, HTC Desire 816, HTC Desire 820, HTC Desire 826, HTC One M9+, HTC One E8, HTC One M8 EYE, HTC One ME and HTC One E9.
This is the reason why we also suggest the HTC owners to check if there is an update available for their devices by going to the device’s Settings->About phone->Software update->Check now.
According to HTC the new Desire-range smartphones will come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. The HTC Desire 350, HTC Desire 630 and HTC Desire 825 smartphones will hit the retailers’ stores next month. We remind you that HTC has launched the new Desire smartphones during the Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona.
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