HTC One (M8) Developer Edition now receiving Android 5.0 update
With the unlocked bootloader, you can root your phone, install custom ROMs and basically customize the phone to your heart's content. The phone does come with a warranty in the U.S., and is priced at $699. While the device is loaded with HTC Sense, it comes without carrier bloatware. The model supports AT&T's 4G LTE and HSPA+ pipelines.
HTC recently said that its current flagship phone is just one to two weeks away from receiving Android 5.0. And now that the Developer Edition of the phone is in the process of getting the update OTA, it should be just a matter of time before Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile customers with the HTC One (M8) start receiving the notification that their Lollipop update is ready to be downloaded and installed.
The Android 5.0 update weighs in at nearly 585MB and includes the Lollipop UI along with enhanced privacy features. It includes the new "Recent App" page and the addition of search functions within the settings.
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