HTC Confirms Android N Update for One A9, M9, and 10

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No shock here, HTC confirmed on Twitter today that Android N will be made available to owners of the One A9, One M9, and HTC 10.

According to HTC, delivery date of the Android N update will depend on when Google actually delivers Android N to manufacturers, and of course, carriers go through their testing/certification phase. Because of those reasons, HTC is not able to provide a timeframe for updates, but realistically, owners should hope to see it within three months of release from Google. 

While this news is great for owners of the aforementioned devices, HTC also confirmed via Twitter that Android N will not available for the One M7 or One M8. That should not be too shocking to anyone, but if it is, that means it’s time for you to buy a new smartphone.

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