It's messed up that that happened, and the same thing happened to my ZTE.
The company may have made decision for some reason. If u dont want to buy the phone then dont buy it because there is no loss to company, because consumers will be left using the devices of one of the great mobile handsets company in the world.
Anonymous, 04 May 2015HTC get lost. 30000 you pay and not got lollipop. Even God will not save you. No word s suit y... moreDjeez why are you so fucked up about Lolipop?
1) For the majority of software it doesn't matter. In fact Lolipop breaks quite some apps.
2) a 64-bit OS on devices with less than 4GB is stupid. So why bother on these 1GB RAM devices with Lolipop anyway?
3) What particular feature does Lolipop offer that isn't already included on Sense or Touchwiz anyway?
Trust me I'll keep using Kitkat on my S5 too because that runs best on the S5 and it runs all the apps without problems.
It's clear that HTC is going straight toward a painful, cold death.
What's the big deal? just update it yourself (unofficial of course) just take a few minutes and learn how to do it yourself and your good to go without any need to depend on the manufacturer/carriers to update your device.
HTC get lost. 30000 you pay and not got lollipop. Even God will not save you. No word s suit you for hate
After changing to the new CEO, the firmware support from worse to worst!
For sure my next phone would not be HTC!
AmateurHistorian, 04 May 2015The joy of buying Android "smartphone" that will never get software update.universal truth
AmateurHistorian, 04 May 2015The joy of buying Android "smartphone" that will never get software update.''professional'' answer LMAO
maybe here is some reason why dun HTC leave their phone behind
-not dat much user using tis series so not necessary update wasting money
-disadvantages purchase mid ranger ?
-specification not compatible tis phone only 1GB ram tho
The joy of buying Android "smartphone" that will never get software update.
Durstyformore , 04 May 2015This I understand. But there's no excuse for not updating the One Mini 2 - a so-called "f... moreActually I just understand *better*, but I'm far from understanding how they want to sell so-called premium phones with this kind of support -- specially when Apple is keeping their phones updated for far longer (albeit those updates don't usually bring the full functionality of the new system).
Faux-premium I say.
Multiverse, 04 May 2015Most People who use such phones no nothing about new softwares. They mostly use the phones for... moreYes, but they will be well aware the day someone mass exploits those known and unpatched security exploits in their old systems...
Durstyformore , 04 May 2015This I understand. But there's no excuse for not updating the One Mini 2 - a so-called "f... morei feel you bro, i also had the same experience with the original HTC butterfly support, they just lost me
This I understand. But there's no excuse for not updating the One Mini 2 - a so-called "flagship" device launched in 2014. Congratulations HTC, you just converted legions of customers into people who will never trust you again. You bang your heads against the wall wondering why you can't increase market share. THIS is why.
Wish I could say it's been nice knowing you.
Multiverse, 04 May 2015Most People who use such phones no nothing about new softwares. They mostly use the phones for... moreI don't think so. well I know users who use m8 merely for making calls. but that's the users choice.
m7 was released as a premium class device. it had descent hardware, way way better that the Low end Samsung devices that still receive lollipop update.