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The HTC Desire 820 follows in the footsteps of the Desire Eye, as well as a legion of One-series devices, in boarding the Marshmallow bandwagon.
The mid-range HTC Desire 820 is finally ready to leave KitKat behind, scoring OTA Android 5.0 Lollipop treats in parts of Asia.
A dozen of HTC smartphones have been officially confirmed as upgradeable to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, starting with the One M9 and One M8.
Marshmallow is bouncing toward our Android phones left, right and center. It all begins with the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P that we are expecting to be introduced during the Google event in San Francisco tomorrow. HTC is also coming out with an early debutante to the fluff. But the One A9 will be in good, mallowy company.
While some One series devices will obviously get the M update with Sense UI 7 in tow, we now have a more inclusive list of which devices from other lineups will make the jump as well.
Note that list is preliminary, some devices with lack [...]
Own an HTC device (that isn't the unlocked One M8)? These leaked HTC Lollipop update plans will likely let you know when you're getting Lollipop.
On this week's show: the first Nexus videos trickle out, Android Lollipop gets a release date, & one of mobile's oldest brands starts fading fast. Join us!
Learn more about a possible HTC Desire 820 Mini in the works, even though the specifications don't point to a mini phone at all.
Check out our HTC Desire 820 hands-on video if you were wondering how the 64-bit processor, mega selfie cam, and big HD screen look on video.
Our HTC Desire 820 specs list lets you take an in-depth look at the innards of the newest 64-bit kid on the block.
One of the first Android phones to have a 64-bit processor, the HTC Desire 820, has just been made official. Learn more about this flavorful new Android.
Check out the latest Desire 820 teaser, as an HTC 64-bit smartphone is seemingly confirmed.