Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has reportedly quite recently begun revealing the Android 9.0 Pie update for its U11+ smartphone. The HTC U11+ was the company’s 2017 flagship and was propelled with the cost of NT$ 25875.09. The company has been exceptionally late to reveal the update thinking about that the following variant of Android i.e., Android Q is going to be released in the next couple of months. HTC is reportedly revealing a major update for the U11+ which is 1.45GB in size and carries Android Pie alongside two or three different changes.
It is reported that the Android Pie update for the U11+is presently taking off in HTC’s home country, Taiwan. The update changelog is not exceptionally graphic however it mentions that the company has expelled Google+ incorporation from HTC’s BlinkFeed since Google has closed Google+ down. We are expecting Android highlights like Digital WellBeing and battery upgrades to go to the HTC U11+post this update. It would seem that the update is at present taking off in Taiwan just and will see a more extensive take off soon if there are no issues.
HTC had as of late begun revealing the Android Pie update to the U12+. This update also was restricted to U12+ clients in Taiwan. In the update changelog of the U12+, the company mentions Android Pie upgrades and the expulsion of Google+ incorporation from BlinkFeed.
The Taiwanese company had guaranteed the Android Pie update for the HTC U11 arrangement and the U12+ prior this year in March. Be that as it may, the company wasn’t able to stick to its unique guarantee of refreshing these phones by Q2 2019. A month ago HTC stopped the Android Pie rollout for the U11 after issues of the update delicate bricking cell phones was reported.