Soon after Google released Android Nougat to Nexus series phones in August, HTC announced to roll-out the latest software update to its flagship smartphone HTC 10 before the end of 2016. Now, new details have emerged indicating that the company is almost ready to deploy the update.
Popular leakers LlabTooFeR citing company insider has revealed that HTC will commence Android Nougat roll-out for HTC 10 by the end of November or early December. It will be first made available in Europe and then expanded to other global regions.
Android Nougat brings night mode for reading, multi-window options, bundled notification, improved battery optimisation, performance tweaks, and various other value-added features to enhance users' experience.
Other HTC devices which are eligible for the Android Nougat are HTC One A9 and HTC One M9
HTC 10 (EU) to receive Android 7.0 update by the end of November - begging of the December.— LlabTooFeR (@LlabTooFeR) November 14, 2016
If this report turns out to be true, HTC will definitely earn some brownie points from consumers and in turn evoke more loyalty among fans, considering that fact the company is in dire need to re-invigorate its fading smartphone sales.
[Note: HTC builds Google's Pixel phones and this apparently helped its consolidated revenue for September to go up by 33 percent compared to last year and 42 percent up from August, but its own branded handsets are having hard time to find traction among public]