HTC reveals when it will update three of its phones to Android 9 Pie

Android pie 9 in HTC

It could be recalled that in March, HTC announced that it would finally update the HTC U12 + to Android 9 Pie at some point during the second quarter. Thanks to a tweet released today by HTC, we can reduce it even more for you. The company last August announced that the life of HTC U12 +, HTC U11, HTC U11 + and HTC U11 would be updated to Android 9 Pie. The life of HTC U11 has received the latest version of Android since last November, but the owners of some other models are still waiting.

In today’s tweet, HTC says the HTC U11 will be updated to Android 9 starting this month. The flagship HTC U12 + will be updated from June and the HTC U11 + will be updated to Android 9 by the end of next month. If you’re curious, both the HTC U11 and the HTC U11 + were launched in 2017, while the HTC U12 + was launched last year.

HTC and Android 9 Pie

Just four years ago, HTC tried to promote timely updates of the unlocked version of HTC One A9 when the phone was launched in 2015. The company said those who bought the phone will receive Android updates in approximately 15 days after its launch made available for Nexus devices. If you don’t remember, Nexus phones were phones designed by Google but produced by other companies. Like Pixel phones, Nexus phones have always been the first to receive the latest Android updates. This was a rather ambitious promise made by HTC at that time, and which ultimately could not satisfy.

The latest phone launched by HTC was its Exodus 1 Blockchain phone for cryptocurrency operators. The device, which was released last December, was pre-installed with Android 8 Oreo. Recently a new HTC phone was found in a reference site powered by a MediaTek Helio P35 chipset. And the Bluetooth certification documents for the company’s first 5G phone call have recently arrived; This device should be launched during the second half of this year. And the Exodus 2 will be released later this year.

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