HTC is preparing to launch a new flagship smartphone later this year, which is expected to be the HTC A9 (codenamed "Aero"). We previously looked at some leaked images of this unannounced handset, but a new tweet from LlabTooFeR has revealed that Android 6.0 Marshmallow will be along for the ride.
Hima_Aero will run Android 6.0 and Sense 7 GP on the launch...— LlabTooFeR (@LlabTooFeR) September 14, 2015
While this isn't official confirmation from HTC, LlabTooFeR has a good track record when it comes to software leaks, and it would make perfect sense for the company's next flagship to run the latest version of Android. We should hopefully learn more as we draw closer to the end of 2015.
Source: Twitter (LlabTooFeR)
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