According to a tweet by HTC’s Mo Versi, Sprint’s variant of the One (M7) is set to receive its Lollipop update starting tomorrow. While this is great news for anyone rocking HTC’s aging flagship from 2013, owners of the newer One (M8) on all carriers here in the US are left wondering when they will receive their update to Lollipop. (more…)
This morning, along with its event announcement for the One follow-up on March 25, HTC announced a new program called “Advantage” that is free to all owners of the HTC One, One Mini, and One Max. Think of sort of like handset protection in a way, only this is free and certainly has time limitations.
The program includes things like a “commitment to Android updates” for two years, free cloud storage, HTC’s backup service, and “hands-on” help. But where you may really find some use, is through the program’s free cracked screen replacement. HTC will replace the screen on your One, One Mini, or One Max within the first six months of ownership for free. (more…)