Earlier this year, when HTC has launched the One A9, a promise was made for the release of new Android update every year within 15 days the final build rollout. Yet, just a tweet has been released by the company regarding the confirmation of the plan. Similarly, the final build of Android 7.0 Nougat has released by Google, and its timeline for the update on HTC 10, HTC One M9, and HTC One A9 has already announced by HTC, yet the promised speed was not up to what was expected.
According to recent updates, the HTC 10 will be the first to get the Android 7.0 Nougat update sometime before the end of this year and HTC One M9 and HTC One A9 is said to receive it later, which is an absolute contrast to what was promised by the HTC in March. A proclamation was made by the HTC right after the launch of One A9 which aimed the unlocked version of the smartphone will get every Android update within 15 days of its first getting pushed to Google’s Nexus devices.
Surely, the amount of asterisks that were attached to this statement and the company seems to forget its word of a 15-day update release promise. Currently, HTC 10 of the HTC is being sold at a discount of $100 in the US. Two new colour variants have also been introduced by the company but they are limited in quantities, and the discount offer will only be available to the start of next month.
Last but not the least; the confirmation has been made by Google regarding the first new smartphone, upcoming LG V20 to ship with Android 7.0 Nougat. San Francisco will host the launch of the smartphone on September 6 this year. The specs are touted a dual camera setup and a second screen as well.