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HTC Promises A Marshmallow Phone On October 20th, Shows Which Products Can Get An Update Beginning Through The Finish Of The Year

HTC Promises A Marshmallow Phone On October 20th, Shows Which Products Can Get An Update Beginning Through The Finish Of The Year
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  • Update 1: 2015/09/29 6:00pm PDT

    If we had to wager a guess, we’d say this upcoming device would be the previously leaked HTC A9. Signs point to a launch around that time for the

There is lots to take today. The brand new Nexus products are official. There’s two of these. Even though both will ship with Android 6., folks will much more likely get hold of Marshmallow using older products before they start shipping.

At about the time customers start receiving their Nexus 5Xs and 6Ps, HTC states it’ll showcase its very own Marshmallow device. The organization will announce its latest HTC One smartphone at 12 ET on October 20th.

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Update 1: 2015/09/29 6:00pm PDT

When we needed to wager a guess, we’d say this approaching device will be the formerly leaked HTC A9. Signs indicate a launch around that point for that relatively spiffy mid-range device. Why don’t you release it with Marshmallow?

Finish of Update

HTC intends to update a number of its existing products through the finish of the year, beginning using its flagships the M8 and M9. Numerous other phones listed can most likely expect Marshmallow in 2016. Included in this are the M9 , E9 , E9, ME, E8, M8 EYE, Butterfly 3, Desire 826, Desire 820, and need 816.


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One Response to HTC Promises A Marshmallow Phone On October 20th, Shows Which Products Can Get An Update Beginning Through The Finish Of The Year

  1. Francesco V. says:

    Hi, glad to hear that you do not regret making the jump. My battery stays up in average for a couple of days. Three if I use it less. One if I use it more. Not using any particular trick and not really interested in the modding with rom i1tallatio1 or self-proclaimed battery saving apps. The only good things I’d suggest are:- only i1tall the apps that you really use (the less you i1tall, the less your phone co1umes);- only i1tall apps that have decent comments (ie, watch what you put on your device);- do not i1tall Facebook or similar apps (they are conceived to give addiction);- i1tall the latest ve1ion of Ma1hmallow OS (it should come with some fixes);- switch off the location tracking from the Google settings and completely switch off the GPS when not in use;- use the adaptive lightning for the screen, which is quite bright anyway;- avoid having the bluetooth on if not using it;Etc. I have a typical daily use of a couple hou1 cloud streaming musing, plus a hour and more of feeds reading, plus emails checking and, of cou1e, some phone calls, texts and, I admit, also whatsapp chats or photo sharing with family. Hope this was useful.

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