Last week saw the UK models of the HTC One receiving their much craved for Android KitKat update, but it seems something has not gone well through this entire process. The company has temporarily suspended the upgrade, and has asserted that it’s working towards resolving the issue quickly.
There’s no word out right now regarding what sort of issues the updated HTC One is facing, and the company too has described them as just ‘difficulties.’ In a statement released to Android Central, it has said that all FOTA updates in the UK have been temporarily suspended due to a limited number of HTC One users facing the problems.
Launched early last year, the HTC One just recently gained the latest Android update. This impressive phone is all set to be succeeded by the All New HTC One, of which we know a lot about thanks to a flood of leaks that have marred it. The device is slated to be unveiled on March 25.
Apart from a 5-inch full HD display and a quad core 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, it is set to feature HTC Sense 6.0 and the latest version of the Android OS as well. Its main highlight however, is its dual camera setup, the details about which are still very slim. Design-wise, it will be very similar to its precursor.
Coming back to the HTC One and its KitKat update, we’ll have more on it when additional details about this matter are out. So make sure to come back to this space for detailed information.
Here’s a look at its main specs:
– 4.7-inch 1080 x 1920p touchscreen
– Android KitKat OS (after upgrade)
– 1.7GHz quad core Snapdragon 600 processor
– Adreno 320 graphics
– 2GB of RAM, 32GB or 64GB onboard memory
– 4MP Ultrapixel camera on rear
– 2.1MP front snapper
– 2300mAh Li-polymer battery
– Dual front speakers
– 137.4mm x 68.2mm x 9.3mm dimensions
– 145g weight