Marshmallow update delayed for AT&T's HTC One (M8) and HTC One M9
Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint customers sporting the two handsets have already received the update, which includes a number of new features like Doze. This feature puts an inactive Android phone into a deep sleep, and prevents apps from working in the background while the phone is napping. The goal is to increase standby time and increase the battery life of the phone.
Google Now On Tap provides contextual search results based on the content on your screen. And with Marshmallow, Android app permissions can be approved or denied on a feature-by-feature basis.
AT&T customers who love HTC have to be feeling a bit snakebit. Not only is their update to Marshmallow running behind all of the other major U.S. carriers, it is now delayed. And to top it off, the phone that is arguably the best handset to come out of HTC in years, the HTC 10, is not being sold by the carrier. That makes AT&T the only one of the four major carriers in the states not to offer the model to its subscribers. AT&T users aren't completely shut out since the unlocked version of the phone, sold directly by HTC, supports AT&T's LTE bands.
source: @moversi via AndroidandMe