The Boy with Red Hat, 25 Jun 2014Sorry but the REAL ANDROID clean EXPERIENCE free of bloatware and carriers s only for Nexus ph... more... A custom OEM launcher cause so much issue for Android?
Or do Android users do not use apps at all.. scrolling endlessly in the home screen?
Come on.. just admit that android need tons of specs just to run properly.. stop blaming OEMs.
aaa, 25 Jun 2014This has to go for all the phones release within at-least 1 year, if not 1 1/2 years . And not... moreI agree with you. The cheap phones Moto E gets full support as much as its bigger brothers - Moto G and Moto X.
Ohms, 26 Jun 2014I checked for update in my HTC one and saw 5.11.401 update with Sense6 about 678.87mb. How rea... moreGo for it. You'll love the way we're getting upgraded from sense 5.5 to 6. A neat and complete upgfadation of the GUI. No lags, no issues. With the help of android revolution HD ROM, I was running 6 version of sense even before it was officially released for M7. Because I really loved the M8.
MaxSmarties, 25 Jun 2014In the Android world 90 days is considered a fast update .... InterestingI'm going to hell for laughing at this XD
I checked for update in my HTC one and saw 5.11.401 update with Sense6 about 678.87mb. How real is this update? Pls has anyone installed this update? Are they lags? Please contact me via email@example.com
all flagships more or less take good updates, the problem is the midrange ones.
they said WITHIN 90 days, not IN 90 days.. so it could be 20-30 days after Google release Android L to the OEMs.. and who knows, maybe Google give them the resources before they release it to the Nexus phones, so theoretically HTC could release update week or two after it is available on Nexus devices.. nevertheless this is a great news, we will see.. don't rush with conclusions...
Yeah,come on HTC bring us a phablet that with 5.5" or above screen with Snapdragon805,13mp cam with Google new Android L OS.
Great job HTC! you need to keep your clients close and don't do anything foolish with this new software like making the phones slower on purpose. Well, my Note3 will have a lot waiting for the Android L, as 4.4.3 is still pending release.
RedZobe, 25 Jun 2014You know what? I may just try L on my Nexus 7 tomorrow.in ur dreams only
In the Android world 90 days is considered a fast update .... Interesting
May be the M7 802W was made by Nokia. Mine never saw any update in what seems like ages! If any other premium dual sim shall surface from any angle I will surely trash this.
I own an HTC ONE and this had made me happy ((but that doesn't mean that I am not still waiting the Nokia lumia 930 as a new device though I will also keep the ONE)) ;)
Sorry but the REAL ANDROID clean EXPERIENCE free of bloatware and carriers s only for Nexus phones....
sweetsour, 25 Jun 2014How is 90 days fast?
There will be months until Android L is finalized. Then it gets to HTC... moredude the work "within" is very important.
if the say within 90 days it means it will take any thing less than 90 days. i could be just 1 week for all we know, as that is less than 90 days