If it is true what Evan Blass said, that the final version release of Android 7.0 Nougat is coming in September instead of October, then there’s a chance HTC users would be able to get on that train before the end of 2016.
That’s because of the promise by HTC that its devices would be updated to the latest Android version within 90 days of its release.
The company has confirmed three devices for Nougat: the HTC 10, HTC One A9, and HTC One M9. Given the pristine track record of the Taiwanese OEM, users of those models would have good reason to rejoice.
In fact, those on the One A9 have more cause to be excited as HTC has gone as far as to promise version updates within two weeks. If that’s the case, then it could be next in line directly after the LG V20 and Nexus lineup get their fill.
But the HTC One M8 has not been mentioned in the Android update plans, which could mean bitter news for users of the brand’s most successful model before the HTC 10. Would you consider getting another device if Nougat is not officially headed to the 2013 HTC flagship?