HTC today revealed its next flagship device, the One A9. There’re some mixed feelings around the device so far, but one thing HTC isn’t skimping on is high promises. If you buy an unlocked HTC One A9, the Taiwanese-based company claims that you’ll have future Android versions just 15 days after they hit Nexus devices.
That’s some very good news, for sure. Motorola in the past has promised fast updates to the latest version of Android, but has failed to deliver the “fast” part of that promise. They’ve already outlined their Android 6.0 rollout, but it’s still nowhere near as fast as HTC’s 15 day claim.
One thing’s for sure, promising all of the latest updates in a timely manner is an attractive selling point. But is it enough to break HTC out of its bleak future?
source: HTC (Twitter)