HTC devices are usually known for having better Android software support than other top brands in the market. Android 6.0 Marshmallow was rolled out to the HTC One M9 and One M8 at the end of last year, quicker than the likes of LG and Samsung.
However, the update roll-out wasn’t exactly complete. For Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile users, the Marshmallow seeding had been done by the first or second month of this year, but AT&T users are still waiting.
And the wait is going to continue for at least a little while longer as HTC took to Twitter to announce a delay for the roll-out. The company is seeking approval for the update within the few weeks ahead.
While users of the HTC One M8 having to wait longer than the rest to receive Android 6.0 is understandable, this must be frustrating news for One M9 users on AT&T. Would this perhaps spur them to make the move to HTC 10?