TELUS says Android 4.3 coming to HTC One by the end of this month

TELUS says Android 4.3 coming to HTC One by the end of this month
Canadian carrier TELUS has posted its schedule of upcoming software updates and lo and behold, on the schedule is the HTC One. Apparently, TELUS customers toting the Taiwan based handset manufacturer's Android flagship model (that's a mouthful), will soon be getting their HTC One updated to the last of the Jelly Bean builds, Android 4.3.

The update is currently in the process of being tested on the device and Android 4.3 is penciled in for a late September rollout. Considering that Sunday starts the third week of the month, we would expect the update to be coming any day now. And if you live in the U.S., no worries. As we told you earlier this month, all signs point to the update coming to the U.S. with Sense 5.0. This also is expected to take place in a matter of weeks.

After coming to Canada and the U.S., the international version of the HTC One will be next in line to receive Android 4.3. One big difference however, is that the overseas HTC One will be receiving Sense 5.5 along with its Android 4.3 update.

source: TELUS via MobileSyrup

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1. kozza3

Posts: 778; Member since: Oct 17, 2012

Fantastic! i wish Google had done something like CM did with their build bots and such

2. Berzerk000

Posts: 4275; Member since: Jun 26, 2011

This is great. Keep up the pace HTC, I want to see a 4.4 update by January or February!

3. PapaSmurf

Posts: 10457; Member since: May 14, 2012

I still don't believe the US will get the update before the rest of the world.... That's the opposite of reality.

7. flynfree

Posts: 374; Member since: Jun 09, 2013

Papa , we know, we're both waiting for gnote3, but don't make me feel frustrate for this update, I'm waiting for these for so long.

4. Rongocook

Posts: 76; Member since: Sep 20, 2013

Nice to see that HTC is working on.

5. FreakenSolom

Posts: 9; Member since: Sep 11, 2013

What about older Android devices -_- Oh wait ...Those devices never get updated :D and by older i mean last year Android devices :D Smh ...... iPhone 4 is still getting updates you know .... And it's a 4 years old phone -_-

6. kamrosh

Posts: 7; Member since: Sep 21, 2013

ohh really!!!...btw what all they always looks the same with few extra useless icons. #ios7 is most ugly OS i have ever seen.

10. Berzerk000

Posts: 4275; Member since: Jun 26, 2011

I would rather have a customized version of an older Android version than a stripped down version of the latest version of iOS. The iPhone 4 runs absolutely horrible on iOS 7, and it doesn't even get to have all the features of it because Apple removes more features from the update the further back the generation. I would much rather have the original Galaxy S (released in the same year as the iPhone 4), which is on 2.3 right now than an iPhone 4. Not only does it have the FULL feature set of 2.3, but it also has additional features from Touchwiz that makes it more useful. Also, in my experience, it runs MUCH better than the iPhone 4.

11. iDroid8

Posts: 155; Member since: Oct 16, 2012

Wake up dude, its high time you faced reality.

8. AfterShock

Posts: 4147; Member since: Nov 02, 2012

Hey Telus, did you forget about the OneX and X+. When the Frakkin carrier is involved, nothing is simple or timely.

9. dspkblympkbl

Posts: 52; Member since: May 23, 2013

Im happy with 4.1 so that fact that they're going to 4.3 is a nice surprise, though I am not holding my breath. These tech companies want to have latest software on their latest devices, it does not make sense, from their perspective, to bring the new OS to a device over one year old.

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