Immediately after the announcement of Android 4.4 KitKat, HTC announced a quick update for its flagship phone HTC One. It will update at the end of January 2014.
The latest version of the mobile platform Google Android 4.4 KitKat was unveiled after months of waiting and speculation on October 31, along with the new Nexus 5 smartphone.
While most Nexus products were presented as usual as compatible and to quickly receive the update, other manufacturers began to discuss the devices of their range to switch to the latest version.
For KitKat, manufacturer HTC went very quickly stating that its flagship model, the HTC One would receive the latest version of Android in three months on the U.S. market and UK, first served.
The availability window has been specified on the Twitter accounts of two subsidiaries of the manufacturer, with availability scheduled for late January 2014, or at the end of three months promised.
There is no indications of availability for other markets but the availability of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean had made a few weeks gap between the two sides and the fact of integration of HTC Sense 5.5 in the European version.
The manufacturer therefore applies to maintain its flagship model updated as soon as possible, which has not always been the case and may have led to criticism of the policy of updating its devices.