Back in February, HTC claimed that it had released the Android 8.0 Oreo update for the HTC 10 Sprint, but when we checked, no one had received it yet. It wasn't until a couple of weeks later that users started getting it, but if for some reason your device didn't get the OTA, you can now finally install it manually.
Keeping its promise from last year, HTC sent out the update to Android 8.0 Oreo for the U Ultra at the beginning of March. Back then, it only reached Taiwan, India, and Italy.
If you own an HTC 10 smartphone which you got from Verizon, you probably would have given up waiting for an update to Android Oreo. In most cases, giving up would be the logical thing to do, except that in this case, Verizon actually came up with the goods. The US carrier is now updating
The miserable part of this update is that the Google security patch on this big OS upgrade is from three months ago. January.
Android 8.0 Oreo is gradually making its way to more devices. There are still a lot of Android-powered smartphones and tablets that have yet to be updated to Oreo even though Google will be unveiling Oreo’s successor in the near future. Verizon today started rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo for the HTC 10 on its network.
HTC might not have seen the greatest sales from the HTC 10 when it launched back in 2016, but you have to hand it to HTC for maintaining support. The HTC 10 went from Marshmallow, to Nougat, and now to Oreo. The Verizon variant is the latest variant to get the update, but it might take some time to hit all devices.
The Verizon HTC 10 is the latest Android device to pick-up the update to Android 8.0 Oreo. The update happens to arrive on the phone’s 2-year anniversary too, which is a fun little note. The update for Verizon’s variant of the HTC 10 is software version 3.18.605.13. Oddly, this only includes the January 2018 security … Continued
A newly leaked spec sheet of the HTC U12 Plus provided more details about the specifications and pricing of the upcoming smartphone offering from the Taiwanese manufacturer. The leak claims that the HTC U12 Plus will be powered by the Snapdragon 845 SoC, the current flagship chipset offering from Qualcomm. One model of the HTC
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The HTC U12 Plus Android flagship will launch in early May, Focus Taiwan reported Monday, citing industry sources close to the Taipei-based original equipment manufacturer. Insiders believe HTC consciously avoided introducing a new high-end offering earlier in the year so as to prevent a scenario in which its new handset has to take the likes