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With AT&T beginning the Android 5.0 rollout for the One M7 today, the One M8 users were almost left in the dark about its arrival. HTC has now confirmed that the update will be sent out to the 2014 flagship starting the 6th of April. This is slightly odd as the carrier is actually sending out the update to the older flagship first. Both updates should bring the same set of features to the devices, including Material Design elements and a couple of other HTC specific features. The update should improve performance of the smartphone...

In a tweet, HTC’s Vice President of Product Management, Mo Versi, announced that tomorrow, March 31st, the HTC One M7 will be getting Android 5.0 Lollipop. AT&T HTC One (M7) Owners! Great news, we've received technical approval on Lollipop OS. OTA will start tomorrow. Thank you for your patience — Mo Versi (@moversi) March 30, 2015 Since this is Android 5.0, it is potentially the last update the HTC One M7 could get, unless HTC changes its mind. So if you have an HTC One M7 on AT&T, you should see the update...

In yet another new move, T-Mobile has now revamped their coverage maps to include data crowdsourced from customers. For most carriers, a coverage map is merely where they expect you to have coverage, but now you’ll really be able to see exactly you’ll have coverage on T-Mobile where data has been reported. Here is what’s new according to T-Mobile: Customer-verified coverage based on actual customer usage, resulting in a vastly more transparent and accurate map, showing, for example, exactly where you can expect 4G...

You’ve seen them pitted against HTC’s new hero device, a handy comparison highlighted the huge gap and copious upgrades operated on the disappointing Galaxy S5, and albeit it was an apple to orange correlation for the most part, we tried our best to match them up to the Note 4 and Note Edge for your convenience.   Meanwhile, although the embargo is probably not entirely lifted, a number of reputable tech publications broadcasted their near-comprehensive Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge reviews already, concluding these are hands down the...

Just as AT&T began the rollout of Android 5.0 for the Galaxy Note 4 earlier today, the carrier is also sending out an update to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 3. The update brings the build number LRX21V.N900AUCUE0C1 and introduces a multitude of changes on the device. Given that the update has only begun to rollout now, we urge you to remain patient if the notification hasn’t popped up on your device yet. You can also try heading over to the settings to download the update that way if you’re impatient to wait for...

Samsung has begun the Android 5.0 update rollout for the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy S5 a few weeks ago. However, carrier variants of the handsets have taken their sweet time to get updated. The AT&T model of the Galaxy Note 4 is no different. However, the smartphone is now receiving the update according to a bunch of users. The update doesn’t introduce Android 5.0.2, but Android 5.0.1, which shouldn’t matter much as they’re pretty much the same as far as functionality is concerned. The update is available over...

Nexus 6 users on AT&T will now start seeing the Android 5.1 update, a report says. The build number changes to LMY47D, which is the same as other Android 5.1 builds (except for the Verizon Nexus 6 LMY47E). The update will finally bring all the changes that were initially discussed in multiple posts, including the ability to adjust system volume while controlling the media volume and some nifty Quick Settings shortcuts to save time. However, Android 5.1 has reportedly not fixed the memory leak which was said to be plaguing Android...

Customers of the AT&T HTC One M7 and the One M8 will be relieved to know that the carrier will officially start sending out the update to the two devices starting late March. This comes after the likes of T-Mobile recently sent out the update to its variants, so AT&T has been relatively behind as far as sending out updates are concerned, which is no secret really. The information was given away by the President of HTC Americas, Jason Mackenzie, in response to a user query during HTC’s Q&A session after the Uh Oh announcement...