Android 5.0 update plans are starting to come through thick and fast, and now HTC is jumping on the Lollipop-themed bandwagon.
Having originally been one of the first to announce its Lollipop update plans – confirming its flagship phones would be handed the software patch within 90 days of the final build going live – HTC has now narrowed down this broad timeframe.
While exact regions for the first phase of the update introduction are currently unclear, it has been suggested the 2013-released HTC One (M7) will be handed the latest Google OS on the same day.
Announced alongside the Nexus 6 back in late-September, Android 5.0 Lollipop introduces a number of major updates and improvements to Google’s dominant operating system.
Kicking off with the new Magazine design, further Lollipop features include the introduction of 64-bit processor support and improved battery management.
Last month a selection of leaked images popped up online showing how Android Lollipop would look running alongside HTC’s Sense UI.
With the Nexus 6 having hit UK retailers earlier this month with Lollipop in tow, yesterday saw LG G3 handsets tied to Vodafone handed the Android 5.0 update.
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