HTC 10, the 2016 flagship phone from the Taiwanese smartphone giant now started receiving the Android 7.0 Nougat update in India. To recall, HTC released the Android Nougat update for the same HTC 10 back in November 2016, however, it was specifically released for two countries- Europe and the US.
Although, HTC did not officially inform the news, but it was an XDA user who posted the update screenshot, but he did not post any changelog of the update. Nevertheless, all the features of Android Nougat including the multi-window mode, quick apps, advanced Doze Mode will be inevitably present in the upgrade.
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The update takes the device to build number: 2.41.400.5 and also comes with several bug fixes and Google security patches. Having said that, the update weighs 1.21GB in size, and it will take at least 30 minutes to finish the update and meanwhile, keep your device charged with at least 50 percent and above.
To recall, HTC 10 was the best smartphone from the Taiwanese smartphone giant in recent times. Of late, the company has been plagued with several sales issues for their devices and is struggling to keep their name in the Indian smartphone market. Also, it is reported that HTC won’t be launching any device under sub Rs. 15,000 price bracket in 2017 in India.
The company recently launched the HTC U Ultra with dual display and powered by Snapdragon 821 for Rs. 59,990 in India. At the same time, the HTC U Play with MediaTek SoC, and 3GB of RAM was also launched for Rs. 39,990.
The HTC 10, which was launched a year ago came out with Snapdragon 820 SoC, coupled with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The smartphone was launched for Rs. 52,990 in India, but is now retailing for Rs. 34,600 via Amazon India and still is the best phone one can buy.