HTC began rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to its 10 flagship back in November. Today, the company announced that it's expanding availability of the update to more markets.
The European rollout starts today, and handsets in the United Kingdom will be the first in line to get a taste of that Nougat goodness.
Despite the long wait since November, availability of the Android 7.0 update for the HTC 10 has come slightly sooner than expected, as the company had hinted a few days ago that it would up to two weeks to arrive. HTC's Graham Wheeler previously stated that the update will be released "in the same timeframe" for unlocked models of the One M9 in Europe, so owners of that device that shouldn't have to wait too much longer.
Last week, HTC also began its Nougat rollout for the unlocked One A9. HTC had previously committed to updating the One A9 to the newest Android versions within fifteen days of their release by Google. It later broke that promise, and ended up delivering the Android 7.0 update to the One A9 almost five months after Google made the update available.