The HTC 10 has had its fair share of problems regarding the update to Android Nougat in Europe, with the rollout starting, then being halted, then starting again only for it to be paused once more last month. At the moment it's still in that state, unfortunately.
There is however some good news out of HTC for that region today, as the company has announced that the Nougat update for the One M9 is now going out. This is headed to devices that were purchased from mainland Europe, Turkey, and South Africa, with more countries and regions to follow soon. As you may know, unlocked units purchased in the US have received the same update in December of last year.
The information is as official as it can be, since it comes straight from the Twitter account of Graham Wheeler, HTC's Product and Service Director for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He has also promised to deliver some news regarding the re-release of the update for the HTC 10 "in the next few days". Hopefully that will be good news, but we'll have to wait and see.