HTC America President Jason Mackenzie has confirmed on Twitter that the Android 4.3 update for AT&T's HTC One has passed carrier certification and will be pushing out "early next week."

HTC is in the midsts of pushing out its Android 4.3 update for various regions and carriers. Sprint's HTC One got Android 4.3 this week, while the U.S. developer version and Canadian versions got it last week. T-Mobile is expected to get the 4.3 update by mid-October, while Verizon is slated for the end of the month.

The update brings HTC's flagship up to the latest version of the OS, while adding in new (to the U.S.) HTC Sense features like additional video highlight templates, Instagram support in BlinkFeed and the ability to disable the on-screen menu button.

More: AT&T HTC One forum

Source: @JasonMacHTC


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AT&T HTC One Android 4.3 update passes certification, pushing out next week


Be careful with that. I hit mine earlier this week, then went back the next morning; it told me I wasn't able to check again for so-many hours, which would have made it 24 since I checked the first time!

So how long does carrier certification take for the iPhone? The whole thing is crazy.

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Apple release the OS to developers 2-3 months before its official release. so to carrier around same time. that's the reason why there is no delay with iphone.

Not true. When the latest 7.0.1 came out, it was INSTANTLY pushed with no long timetables.

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I thought Samsung would bring out 4.3 for the S4 long b4 HTC would for the One.
Good job HTC!!

Samsung WTF?!?!

and of course verizon is last!!


Yet you continue handing over 3x what you should ever month to them.

VZW is the worst. Even AT&T's coverage is better these days.

Holy crap...I'm paying $30/mo. for unlimited LTE with at&t...but I am grandfathered in. Supposedly they throttle at 5gb...but it hasent happened to me yet.

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I am officially jealous. Is that the total cost of your plan? If so, that's a smoking deal.

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So have you gone past the 5gb and not been throttled? I'm curious because I also have the 30 dollar unlimited plan but haven't made it past the 5gb.

While I think it's way too early to WTF Samsung, I gotta hand it to HTC.
I have to admit I had stopped considering this phone, but am now kind of eyeing it again.

This is how you win customers in a crowded field

Samsung rather take a bit longer and do it right the first time. HTC still didn't fix the purple tint on the latest update. #HTCfail

I have an htc one and have never had this issue nor has my friend that has the htc one but yet again we didn't get them on launch and was probably a launch phone problem. BTW I have had more problems with my samsung note 2 than my htc one(no issues).

100% hardware. Call HTC's repair center and INSIST on a replacement. They tried the "an upcoming software update will fix it" with me and I fought and fought. Sent it back to them THREE times and all they did was flash the OS and send it right back.

I ended up getting Tier 2 involved, sent them before and after photos, and ended up getting a new device.

It's running the exact same software and the camera is absolutely perfect.

So, hardware indeed. I hear this issue come up all the time, so it's evident to me that they have a hardware defect that they are pushing off on software. Don't let them do this. Stay on top of them and be calm and professional but firm. Insist that they replace the hardware because no software update will fix broken hardware.

I agree. I'm shocked as hell that they beat Samsung. It's not enough to make me consider getting an HTC next time but it's still impressive.

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I'm guessing T-Mobile is grappling with integrating wifi calling into the ROM and it will be released after Oct 15. Safe assumption?

Lol! This! I still love my HTC One X though. Props to HTC for getting 4.3 to people with One's. When we get Sense 5 on AT&T it'll be amazing

I have unlocked htc one with software number: 1.36.599.1

for the latin america region... my phone still in android 4.1 and no update yet :(

someone told me: "HTC never update latin america phones"
Is this true???

I waiting for 4.3 update :(

so i have an EVO 4G LTE. got the new update for that phone today. "stability improvements". I notice nothing. Any chance that me and my EVO posse (yeah i said that!) will receive a legit update. perhaps to 4.2.2 or 4.3 or maybe when its out there in the wild, 4.4? I'd be happy even if android version stayed at 4.1.2 and I just got sense 5. could this be a "preparation" update to get the phone ready for a larger one? it was 133 MB. i'd like a version update. come on. HTChange.

I'm not sure if this has been said but more Android OEMs need to publish timeline dates like HTC has done with the HTC One. I'm extremely impressed!

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I read somewhere (probably here on AC) that bluetooth is worse in 4.3. As it is now my HTC One gets totally confused talking to my 2011 Toyota Sienna. The factory head unit thinks the phone is paused when the phone is playing and thinks it's playing when the phone is paused. My iPhone 4 never had a hiccup with calls or audio. If I cant get this resolved then I think an iPhone 6 is in my future. Unfortunately, I think 4.3 is my only hope.

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A lot of people are saying they are surprised that htc beat samsung to this update. But I am not surprised after my experience with the original Note and galaxy s. I just wanted to get away from samsung and their untimely updates. I figured anything would be better. It seems I was right. and to those fools who would claim that sammy is taking their time to get it right, you better hope that's the case, with all the garbage they try to pack into those things!

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I've been kind of spoiled with updates. I bought a Galaxy tab 2 7.0 in March, which originally had ice cream sandwich, bit longer had 4.1 jelly bean right out of the box, and a month ago, I just got the update to Android 4.2. It's a great update, which is nice that Samsung is supporting a two-year-old device. Some things are much more like touchwiz and not like vanilla Android (like on the 4.1 ROM), bit I like having my soft keys and not those physical keys

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Hahaha.i got bored from 4.3 , my nexus 4 was updated before a month and a week , and htc at&t are still testing

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