Anonymous, 16 Jan 2017its not google, its htc and the slow reaction to tech changes. by the time they rollout nougat... moreAnd yet, if they managed to release it without bugs, it would have been a whole month before Samsung. Pity they screwed it up but you can't blame them for being slow.
Esthersm, 16 Jan 2017Thats bad. While im using my s7 edge on Nougat with no problem at all. Shame on HTC.Yeah right! Either you work for Samsung, on a beta program or have a time machine. It wasn't officially released when you posted this.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2017Shame on HTC, completely forgot A9
I will never buy again htc. That's the price you pay for a midrange phone. It's always been this way and is the same for all manufacturers.
I also note that most people who put the hate on HTC are people from the US who have bought weird models forced on them by their carrier.
Stick to the internationally recognised models and if you can afford it a high end model as that is where you get your long term support.
Neeli GSM, 16 Jan 2017Worst BRAND No IPS No OLED. Worthless.Haha. Nice joke! As if the screen method makes any real difference. That's like me saying Touchwiz makes the s7 worthless. Sure it's the main reason I'd never buy a Galaxy phone but I'm happy to accept other people might not have my hate for it. As such, I could never call it 'worthless'.
Neeli GSM, 16 Jan 2017Worst BRAND No IPS No OLED.
Worthless.Lol have you used the 10?? Then stfu, you have no clue, my phone would smoke whatever tripe you have.
it looks like HTC foxing on the US market only.
they will roll out the nougat for A9 for the US tonight.
be careful HTC you almost lose the customers out of US.
Pitbulluk, 16 Jan 2017HTC are well known for reneging on Update promises. E9+ never even got to 6 even though it was... moreThat is very true! HTC does have a track record of over-promising and then under-delivering. The HTC 10 promised superior battery life, but the GSMA & other battery test just showed an above average performance. It good to know that the HTC 10 will soon get Nougat, but it's sad that they reneged on their promise to bring every Android update to HTC One A9 within 15 days of the Nexus line receiving it,
Pitbulluk, 16 Jan 2017HTC are well known for reneging on Update promises. E9+ never even got to 6 even though it was... moreI would not buy any phone that is not a flagship. Better chose older flagships than newer mid-ranges for the better support. If we are talking about Motorola or Apple or Nexus phones, that is different. I hope that once HTC will only release 6-7 phones to start updating more, even all of them. Why would you buy something like E9? If you do it because it's cheaper, then you understand the fact that it will not be updated. I would suppose the price of E9 plus is between M8 and M9, so you should have got the M9 probably to get update to even 7.0.
While im using my s7 edge on Nougat with no problem at all.
Shame on HTC.
HTC are well known for reneging on Update promises. E9+ never even got to 6 even though it was sold with that as a feature.
And M9s EU edition when?! I don't want to change CID to get the f.... update.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2017Waiting for Android updates is ridiculous, how long will it take for Google to resolve this?Maybe they are doing this on purpose.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2017Waiting for Android updates is ridiculous, how long will it take for Google to resolve this?its not google, its htc and the slow reaction to tech changes. by the time they rollout nougat, google will be improving and getting ready to give us something new