The twitter threat hinted towards the release of the update for more HTC smartphones including the U Ultra, U11 Life and HTCH 10. The HTC U11 offers a 5.5-inch display, Snapdragon 835 chipset, 6GB of RAM, Adreno 540 GPU, 12MP rear camera, 16MP front-facing camera, runs Android Oreo, and a 3000mAh battery. The news about this rollout comes just two weeks after the company launched the update for U11 devices in Taiwan.
Earlier this year, HTC revealed its Android 8.0 update plans, and tomorrow we'll see the first Oreo update from HTC begin rolling out. Carrier models will have to wait even longer, but they will get the long-awaited update soon too. This confirmation came from the company's VP of product management, Mo Versi. The Oreo OS update will be available for download on the HTC U11 unlocked version starting on Monday! Following this, other countries should also get the update soon.
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Users of HTC U11 will also enjoy the generic ability of the Android Oreo OS to limit the background activity that is generated through the least used applications. The smartphone was shipped with Android 7.1 in the USA market, which left users anticipating the update for Android 8.0 Oreo.
When Google unveiled Android 8.0 Oreo before the world a few months ago, HTC was one of the manufacturers to announce the availability of the latest Android on its flagship U11 sometime later in 2017. You can head over to software update section in Settings app to check for the update manually.