Lollipop is slowly, slowly making its way to all of the Nexus and Google Play Edition devices available (yes, N7 LTE owners, we hear you). If you purchased the "pure," AOSP-packing version of either the HTC One M7 from 2013 or the flagship One M8 earlier this year, you should be getting an over-the-air update to Android 5.0 soon. We're seeing tips from owners of both Google Play Edition phones.
Screenshot provided by Kyle Smith
And surprisingly, it looks like both phones are in fact getting Android 5.0.1, the ever-so-slightly newer edition of Lollipop that should fix some of the initial problems discovered after large-scale software releases. Exactly what that extra .0.1 bump entails in other phones and tablets is something we're still parsing through, but it's safe to say that there's nothing dramatic contained within. The One M7 and One M8 are getting their 5.0.1 updates before much of the Nexus devices, as a matter of fact.
We're still waiting on the Google Play Edition of the Galaxy S4 and the original Moto G to get their updates. If you don't see the over-the-air update on your HTC One immediately (and it might be a few days), check your favorite user forum for civic-minded owners who have extracted the OTA ZIP file, allowing you to flash it manually with ADB. Here's a ZIP link for the One M7 GPE, provided by Matthew McNair.
Update: And here's the OTA ZIP file for the One M8 GPE. Enjoy!
Thanks to everyone who sent this in!