It is probably not their 2015 flagship, but HTC is obviously giving the One A9 additional unique remedy. Aside from being the first non-Nexus phone to release with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, HTC promised that the One A9 might obtain top firmware updates no more than 15 days after Google’s very own Nexus devices. That’s now not simply rapid — that’s hella rapid.
This in fact only implemented to the unlocked type and now not service variations that are topic to long technical approval methods. With rising fear surrounding Android security, HTC used to be unusually silent while OEMs like Samsung and LG promised monthly security updates. Well, we take that again. HTC US President Jason Mackenzie said this would be “unrealistic,” but perhaps he used to be somewhat hasty in his phrases.
Today HTC is now promising unlocked fashions of the One A9 too will obtain monthly security updates but there’s a few effective print. This ensure only extends to unlocked US fashions — now not One A9s bought out of the country. We realize, you'll be able to’t have all of it. But that is determination that may be positive to rub customers in different nations the fallacious approach. HTC says November’s security update — in conjunction with digital camera and battery lifestyles enhancements — will get started rolling out these days, so in case you have a One A9 (in the US), be on the lookout.