News by Luke Jones on Wednesday February 25, 2015.
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HTC's aging One M7 is starting to get its upgrade to Android 5.0 Lollipop, at least if you have the unlocked and Developer Edition version. Now, users of the handset rocking the European version will also be treated to the latest and greatest on their One M7, a smartphone that is now nearly two years old.OTA updates are now heading out to the European version with the Android 5.0.2 software in tow, with the build number 7.19.401.2. It's a sizeable update and comes in at 804.MB, so make sure you have a solid connection and plenty of battery. While the One M7 is aging, it remains one of the most compelling smartphones on the market. It of course has stellar all-metal design that makes it one of the best looking smartphones available, even now. On top of that, it remains a well spec'd handset, it rocks the sort of hardware you would find in the high mid-range market today, including a stunning 1080p screen. Considering HTC is continuing to support it and the handset costs much less than $200 these days, it is a bit of a bargain.
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