Anonymous, 25 Aug 2017So what about One A9 ?!! If i don't receive update for my phone i will completely disappoint ... moreYou cannot expect getting a timely update on a midrange phone,be happy if you get Oreo at all.And note that HTC is one of the better ones when it comes to updates... just imagine how sad are the Sammy fans in comparison ;)
HTC, if you reading this, what the hell are your marketing/advertising guys doing? must be great to sit at the office all day, DOING NOTHING and collect a salary
Did Cher Wang used all that cash for her feng shui and fortune telling?
Fans from all over the world including homeland Taiwan been telling u guys to stop making 40 shit phones per year and just make a few flagship phones with everything u got stuffed in.. yet u have removed wireless charging, IR blaster, and Aptx bluetooth (seriously htc wtf u doing removing the best quality bluetooth audio codec??)
HTC 10 & HTC u11 are the most underrated phone to date. These are beasts and can easily go toe to toe with the best flagships yet u not advertising it? FOOL.
So what about One A9 ?!! If i don't receive update for my phone i will completely disappoint from htc.
Don't hold your breath. When it comes to HTC, Q4 of this year means Q3 2018.
fed up with htc product
have a one me last time
they say want to update but end up never
so say no to htc
bye bye htc
I am eagerly waiting for the delivery guy to bring my brand new U11. I've also ordered a Spigen Rugged Armor case. Can't wait!
Does anybody know if the update is also available for htc u play?
Can anybody recommend me buying this smartphone (My focus is on
a good camera quality).
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2017I have an HTC 10 factory unlocked, EU version which is still on the January security update, w... moreThat is why I sold my HTC 10 and went for a Xperia XZ. Now running 7.1.1 with August security patch. Couldn't be more happy.
I hope my HTC One A9 will get probably the last major update (Oreo).
TechLover1, 23 Aug 2017Well done to HTC then.Well done for announcing “soon”?
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2017I have an HTC 10 factory unlocked, EU version which is still on the January security update, w... moreMy U11 reminds me of my old HTC-10 and One-X+, the UI is dead old (2K's) not even single bit changed, colour, animation and icons. Why they are still in market if they don't want to compete in the market. In-fact I like 3x5 grid from my One X+ and rather ugly in my new U11. Even fonts looks quite cluttered. Google is good at font aliasing and rendering. I will never go for another flagship from htc. Best of luck Htc in android realm.
It's a shame that manufacturers (except for Google and Apple) still can't break the 2 year update barrier for their flagships. If HTC was like Apple, they would still deliver Oreo for the One M7. If they were like Google, they would out it for M9.
I have an HTC 10 factory unlocked, EU version which is still on the January security update, while the US version has the July update... I feel like a 2nd class citizen. So if this goes on, we (the EU customers) won't see the Oreo version for a while (if ever) I guess.
penanoms, 23 Aug 2017No Oreo love for HTC M9?HTC One M9 is already more than 2 years old and was launched with 5.0.x Lollipop, which already passed it's upgrade year, so Oreo won't be given to M9. Only security patches will be given if HTC wants for another year . Android 7.x Nougat will be the last major upgrade for the last HTC One flagship product, which is the M9 (most Android flagship did have same route with this one) (5.0.x - 6.0.1 - 7.0)