HTC in a tweet yesterday announced that Android 7.0 Nougat will be rolling out to the Unlocked HTC 10 starting today, November 25.
On the official HTC USA Twitter account, the company said it finished TA testing. Since it finished it (successfully), Android 7.0 Nougat is ready for the public to download and use.
Here’s the official tweet:
— HTC USA (@HTCUSA) November 24, 2016
HTC didn’t provide details yet on what it all includes. You’ll, of course, get all of the goodies that Android 7.0 Nougat brings, but we have yet to see any details on some HTC-specific additions.
The Taiwanese-based company originally announced that the HTC 10 would get the update in Q4 2016. Now that that’s here, the company claims the same update is supposed to come to the One M9 and One A9 soon after, though we could be waiting until early 2017 for that.
You should start seeing the update on your own HTC 10 over the next couple of days. Carrier units will obviously be waiting an extra while before they see a rollout.
source: HTC (Twitter)