HTC commits to provide major Android updates to future flagship devices for 2 years

During an Ask Me Anything session on Reddit, HTC promised to provide major Android updates to its future North American flagship devices for two years after their launch. HTC also shed some light on its decision to leave the One X and One X+ at , saying that it needs support from NVidia to update the international models.

Even though the One X in the U.S. is powered by a Qualcomm processor, HTC didn't think that it’d be fair to leave One X+ owners behind. Due to the “huge stir” that this decision caused, though, HTC says that it’s looking into a way to provide an Android 4.4 KitKat update for the One X.

HTC has been very transparent about its software upgrade process recently, promptly rolling out updates to its flagship One. That’s a trend that appears to be continuing with HTC’s commitment today, and  this promise should get consumers more interested in choosing an HTC flagship device over one of its competitors.

source - Reddit

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