HTC pledged to release Android 4.4 KitKat update for all HTC One within 90 days


The much anticipated Google’s Android 4.4 KitKat update was just released few hours ago and HTC has pledge to release the update for all of its HTC One models in 90 days or less. The news comes directly from HTC’s Jason Mackenzie during an interview with Engadget.
As always, the Android 4.4 update will be rolled out in phases, hitting the first round of devices within the next few weeks. Up first is the HTC One Google Play Edition, scheduled to receive its stock Android update within the next 15 days. The unlocked models and Developer Edition will receive Android 4.4 with Sense 5.5 within 30 days, with the remaining US carrier branded versions of the HTC One scheduled to receive the update within 90 days.
Jason Mackenzie President, HTC America said,”

we’re not going to roll out updates in a
lazy fashion. We’re going to make it a
priority to have every dot release out
on the One within 90 days.

HTC is also making plans on releasing the update for the HTC One max, HTC one mini and other devices. Unfortunately, HTC does not have any specific dates to share at this point in time. HTC is currently in the middle of pushing out the Android 4.3 update with Sense 5.5 to the global version of
the HTC One, but we presume that those devices will get their KitKat treat within the next 90 days as well.

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  1. HTC I a very good product. I didn’t have enough money then to purchase a phone with version 4.4 but now I can boost of using a phone it version 6.0 though it’s infinix

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