HTC 10 Users Are Happy To Receive Android 7.0 Nougat On Black Friday

Some news said that Android doesn’t have a very good reputation when it comes to timely software updates. The adoption rate of a new version of Android barely touches two digits after at least a year of its public release. We are looking at the same with the latest Android 7.0 Nougat release. However, at least a few flagship smartphones have managed to receive the update before the year ends. Among these is the unlocked HTC 10 which starts receiving Android 7.0 today.

HTC 10 Users Are Happy To Receive Android 7.0 Nougat On Black Friday

If you are an owner of the HTC 10, this Black Friday is indeed your day! According to TechTimes, HTC Company has confirmed via Twitter on Thursday that starting Friday, Nov. 25, users who have the unlocked HTC 10 may update their phone to Android 7.0 Nougat.

The Unlocked #HTC10 is getting Android Nougat — We've just passed TA testing, so you can expect a rollout to begin on Friday.

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As reported by WCCF Tech, HTC is expected to update HTC One M9 and A9 following tomorrow’s release to the HTC 10. But, the phone maker hasn’t shared any specific release dates. So far, LG and Motorola are the only two other companies who have rolled out Android 7.0 Nougat to a few of their smartphones, including the Sprint LG G5. Samsung is expected to start the release process in December after it initiated public beta testing process earlier this month.

Know Better Your HTC 10 Android Smartphone

As listed by Gadgets360, here are the specifications of the HTC 10 that was released last May.

  • Display - 5.20-inch
  • Processor - 1.6GHz quad-core
  • Front Camera - 5-megapixel
  • Resolution - 1440x2560 pixels
  • RAM - 4GB
  • OS - Android 6 (upgradable)
  • Storage - 32GB
  • Rear Camera - 12-Ultrapixel
  • Battery Capacity - 3000mAh

To check for the update, head into your smartphone's Settings > About phone > Software updates.

 

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