HTC reiterates Android 4.2.2 update coming to HTC One

HTC reiterates Android 4.2.2 update coming to HTC One
A tweet sent Monday by carrier Three UK caused an uproar. In response to a question about the upcoming Android 4.2.2 update for the HTC One, the carrier responded that HTC had pulled the release with no new date set for distribution. As you can imagine, this set off a firestorm. Because the HTC One currently runs on Android 4.1.2, some users have already been suffering from an inferiority complex. The HTC device's number one rival is the Samsung Galaxy S4 which happens to come out of the box with Android 4.2.2 installed.
The bottom line is that HTC says that the update is coming, although it won't be coming tomorrow, or even the day after that. In fact, HTC One owners are probably just better off to know that Android 4.2.2 is coming and not think about it. And while owners of the Taiwan manufacturer's sexy new Android flagship model might think that life is not fair, consider that you still have those three great Jelly Bean features that we are always talking about. That's right, the smooth, silky responsiveness of Project Butter along with the timely information coming from Google Now, and the time saving actionable notifications.

If that doesn't make you feel better, think about all of those poor slobs who are locked into a contract with their Android handset running Gingerbread. Ah! We knew that would cheer you up.

source: ThreeUK, Engadget via AndroidAuthority

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  • Camera 4 MP (Single camera) 2.1 MP front
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  • Battery 2300 mAh


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