A leaked document, back on January, disclosed HTC’s plans for updating some of its devices to Android 5.0 Lollipop. While the One Mini 2 (aka One M8 Mini) was on the list, the company decided to cancel its Lollipop plans in order to maintain the required user experience. However, the HTC One Max was thankfully not removed because of the same reasons, as the phablet is starting to get its refresh.

Despite being listed for T3 (third trimester, Q3), some users are getting the HTC One Max Lollipop update as we speak. So far, devices in some Asian and European markets should expect to receive a notification soon; these include Taiwan, France, Italy, Poland, and Czech Republic. The HTC One Max Lollipop update measures around 760MB, and bring all the goodies that you’d expect from the OS, including lock screen notifications, Material Design, and so on.

Have you received your HTC One Max Lollipop update yet? Let us know of your experience.

Source: XDA Developers

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