HTC's director of product management for Canada, Leon Rosenzwaig, announced today that the unlocked variants for the One A9 — devices sold directly from HTC.ca — will be receiving the upgrade to Android 6.0.1 shortly.
Great news! Today we are upgrading HTC A9 Canadian unlocked to the latest version M6.0.1 @moversi— Leon Rosenzwaig@HTC (@leon_rosenzwaig) February 18, 2016
The company first announced the update back in December, but for unspecified reasons delayed the rollout until January. The first One A9 model to receive Android 6.0.1 was on Sprint, which came in late January.
The update details are as follows:
- Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow core update
- Battery life improvements
- Camera feature improvements
- Addition of Wi-Fi Calling Functionality
- System enhancements
Users should be able to pull the update down to their smartphones by heading to Settings >System updates >HTC software update >Check now.
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