It's been over five months since Google announced Lollipop, but the Android update is still slowly making its way to devices around the world. HTC started rolling out the update to the One M7, its 2013 flagship, just over a month ago, and it will soon be available for the handset on AT&T.
HTC's Mo Versi has confirmed that Lollipop will finally be available for the One M7 on AT&T tomorrow (March 31). The update will introduce various elements of Google's Material Design language (integrated alongside HTC's Sense user interface), along with additional features such as new-style notifications and lock-screen.
It's expected that HTC's update will be based upon the Android 5.0.2 release, rather than the newer Android 5.1.
Unfortunately, only the Google Play Edition of the HTC One M7 will get Android 5.1, as HTC confirmed earlier this month that it has no plans to offer any further OS updates for other versions of the device.