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HTC Has Delivered Google Play Edition KitKat Code To Google, OTA Update Could Arrive Any Day Now

HTC hasn't been sitting on its hands lately. The company announced when KitKat was unveiled that all HTC One variants in the US would receive the latest version within 90 days. In the case of the Google Play Edition, the update would come in just 15. Here we are at day 15, and HTC has publically stated that KitKat's arrival time is entirely in Google's hands now. According to a tweet sent out earlier today, everything is done on their end.

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HTC Says All US Versions Of The One Will Have KitKat in 90 Days, Google Play Edition in Just 15 Days

We're used to seeing huge waits for carrier-branded devices to receive updates to the latest and greatest version of Android. Actually, sometimes they don't arrive until the next version has been announced. HTC is trying to set a new standard, apparently. After pushing 4.3 out to most of the HTC One variants, it is pledging to get 4.4 rolled out to all devices in the US within 90 days. The Google Play edition One? It will be updated in just 15 days.

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HTC America President Says Verizon's HTC One 4.3 Update Delayed By As Much As A Month

Owners of almost all versions of the HTC One should have received the update to Android 4.3 by now. There's the Google Play Edition, the international version, the Developer Edition, and carrier variants for AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. So what's missing from this picture? If you said "Verizon," then congratulations, you've finally become just as jaded and cynical as your friendly neighborhood tech journalist.

That's the personal Twitter account of Jason Mackenzie, president of HTC America.

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HTC Announces Mid-Range Desire 601, Entry-Level Desire 300, BoomBass Bluetooth Subwoofer, And Vivid Blue HTC One/One Mini

The week is just getting started, but HTC is dropping new devices like it's going out of style. No, it's not that rumored One Max we've been hearing about. The company is breathing new life into the Desire brand with the mid-range Desire 601 and the entry-level Desire 300. HTC is also announcing a Bluetooth subwoofer accessory for BoomSound devices and a new "Vivid Blue" HTC One.

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Verizon's HTC One Is Now Available: $199.99 On-Contract, $599.99 Unsubsidized

HTC fans who prefer Verizon (or who have no choice), your long wait is over. After months of rumors and teases, the HTC One flagship is finally available on Verizon, the last of the four major American carriers to get the phone. It turned up on the Verizon web store early this morning right on schedule for $199.99 on-contract, or $599.99 if you want it "free" and clear.

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Verizon's One is identical to those on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint, except for the obvious CDMA and LTE radio bands. But inside the Verizon version is running a newer build of Android: 4.2.2.

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AT&T HTC One Receiving Maintenance Update To Build 1.26.502.15, Brings "LTE Enhancements"

The AT&T-branded variant of the HTC One has a new maintenance update available, bringing the device to version 1.26.502.15. HTC's official announcement and update instructions can be found here. This is the second OTA update to be issued to the AT&T version of HTC's flagship handset, and the changelog is but a single item long. That item? "LTE Enhancements." Hooray! (?)

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According to a growing XDA thread, the update is around 245MB, though it downloads much more quickly than one would expect it to for a package of that size. I can also personally vouch for the fact that AT&T's update servers are insanely slow, so maybe that 245MB number is a typo.

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Here's The First Press Shot Of AT&T's HTC One Mini

We've already seen plenty of HTC's One Mini for AT&T in the flesh, but a blurrycam can only go so far. Tonight, we've got one more treat – a crisp, clear press shot of the device.

While the shot doesn't hold much more information than what we already saw in our exclusive photos recently, it's interesting that the Beats Audio logo isn't sporting its typical red brand color (though the same is true for the press shots that have been released). The phone's Blink Feed screen has also been updated, showing different stories than the press shot we saw when HTC made the phone official, but that makes sense considering the location has changed to Atlanta from London.

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MoDaCo.SWITCH Flips Between Stock And Custom ROMs: Now In Public Beta For The HTC One, Coming Soon For Galaxy S4

Though there's a definite streak among power users to prefer Google's "pure" Android on their phones, some of the manufacturer skins from HTC and Samsung have charming features as well. Modder and ROM developer Paul O'Brien, better known as MoDaCo, has been testing a solution to give you the best of both worlds. MoDaCo.SWITCH is a dual-boot solution for power users that lets two ROMs (manufacturer stock and AOSP, for example) which share user data, allowing a seamless switch between interfaces.

In the demo of the beta version above, the SWITCH feature is pretty seamless: start the SWITCH app and the phone reboots into its secondary Android OS, complete with apps, settings, files, and user data.

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T-Mobile's HTC One Getting Update To Build 1.27.531.11 – Better LTE And Stability In A Whopping 247 MB Package

The T-Mobile variant of the HTC One hasn't gotten an update since May, but the one rolling out now is not the fabled Android 4.2.2 out on the international version. No, this is still 4.1.2.

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Exclusive: This Is The AT&T HTC One Mini (Pictures, Specifications)

The HTC One Mini has been a pretty poorly kept secret for some time now, and while it has previously been rumored as an upcoming AT&T handset, we can now all but confirm this fact - with pictures! This is the AT&T "HTC One mini," (the model name in the settings menu has 'mini' in lower-case) as leaked to us by an anonymous tipster.

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Now, as you'll notice, these photos have various areas blacked out. That's because this is likely a pre-production tester device, and as such, is not 100% exactly what the final handset will look like.

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