The latest version of Android is now rolling out to the Google Play editions of HTC's One M7 and One M8 - and for the M7, it looks like this will be the last OS update the device will get.
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HTC has confirmed that Lollipop will begin rolling out to the One M8 on AT&T today - a week after the older One M7 got the update, and almost six months after Google first announced Android 5.0.
The wait is over for HTC One M7 users in Europe, those users can now check for updates and upgrade to the latest and greatest Android has to offer, following an official announcement.
Android 5.0 will be released later today for the One M8 on Sprint, and the update is already available for owners of the M8 on T-Mobile, who can get a lick of that Lollipop goodness right now.
HTC said in November that it would roll out Android 5.0 to the One M7 and M8 within 90 days - but the company now admits that it will take longer than expected, pinning some of the blame on Google.
HTC has begun rolling out the Lollipop update to Developer and Unlocked versions of its One M8 flagship, but says that the update is still "going through the certification process" for the One M7.
HTC has previously confirmed that it would deliver the Android 5.0 update for its One M8 flagship and its M7 predecessor by February 2 - and it seems that the update may begin rolling out even sooner.
HTC has revealed when it plans to make the latest Android OS update, version 5.0 Lollipop, available for both its current One (M8) flagship, and for that device's predecessor, the One (M7).
HTC has launched the One M8 EYE in India, which features the 13 megapixel rear camera found on the Desire EYE while retaining remaining specs from the original One M8.
T-Mobile has confirmed that the HTC One M8 for Windows will be joining its line-up, although the new Windows Phone 8.1 handset will remain exclusive to HTC's launch partner Verizon for now.
The president of HTC Americas has hinted at plans to expand availability of the HTC One M8 to more buyers later this year - and an international launch is looking increasingly likely too.
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The HTC One M8 was revelaed yesterday at a press event, and like all new devices, it must be put through its paces. Phonebuff contacted us with a drop test video they performed on the device.