Since Google presented the last Android version, Android 5.0 Lollipop, most of the mobile companies have been working hard to adapt their respective softwares.
A few days ago, HTC started to roll out the update to Android 5.0 Lollipop for the One M8. Currently, it’s only available for the unlocked and developer edition One M8. The rest of the devices on the US have to wait for the approval of their respective carries, so it slow the process a little bit. However, the update will reach them eventually, and the certification process is expected to be rather quick.
The announcement has come directly from the VP of Product Management Mo Versi, who has Tweet the confirmation that the Android 5.0 Lollipop will be rolling out as planned.
The new version will come to your devices via OTA update, and it will bring the new Sense 6 together with the Android 5.0. You shouldn’t expect many visual changes with the Sense 6, as the setting menus, the BlinkFeed and the Sense Launcher looks quite the same. The biggest change will probable came in a couple of months, when HTC will probably present Sense 7 with its new flagship device.
As it is a big update, you need to be sure you are connected to a Wi-Fi network before starting the download, as the file is quite big. As usual, you also need to have enough battery when you start the installation process.
If you have one of those devices and you have not receive the notification yet, you check it’s availability by going to the Settings menu and search for system updates.