News about HTC 10's delayed Nougat update for mainland Europe due out soon

News about HTC 10's delayed Nougat update for mainland Europe due out soon
Earlier this morning, we passed along some good news about the HTC One M9. In mainland Europe, Android 7.0 is being pushed out for that handset. But as so often happens with an Android update, chaos reigns. For example, if today's rollout goes without a hitch, in mainland Europe the older HTC One M9 will have been updated to Nougat before last year's HTC 10 flagship. It boggles the mind especially since the HTC 10 already received the update in the states.

Last week, we told you that HTC's Product and Service Director Graham Wheeler had disseminated a tweet about the delayed Nougat update for the HTC 10 in mainland Europe. Wheeler said that the problem revolved around a technical issue, and that he expected to see the HTC 10 make another attempt at a successful update in February.

Now that we are in February, the HTC Director said that he will have some news about the HTC 10 and the Nougat update "in the next few days." Obviously, this news will be about the Android 7.0 update in mainland Europe for the current flagship model. Wheeler had previously said that he would send out a post when the update is ready to go out. As soon as we hear something definitive, we will let you know.


source: @wheelergd via AndroidAuthority

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