HTC Finally Hosting Their Reddit AMA Today at 1:30PM

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Back in December, HTC decided that it was time to be more upfront about updates to their Android phones. They released a massive infographic that detailed the process from their end on through carriers, certifications, and even a sign-off from Google. Since the Android community in general seems to complain often about the slowness of updates, this was useful and welcomed information that had previously not been available. 

After releasing that infographic, HTC has kept us up-to-date on the happenings of their updates through a tracking page for their last two years worth of phones. The page has been updated regularly as phones go from one stage of the update process to another.

Today, HTC plans to provide an even greater depth of detail surrounding updates to their phones. Through a reddit AMA (ask me anything) that will kick off this afternoon at 1:30PM Pacific, you’ll have an opportunity to find out all there is to know about updating the HTC One or DNA or Google Play Edition phone.

This even was originally supposed to happen in mid-January.

Via:  reddit



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