HTC One has quietly started rolling out Android 4.3 update for the HTC One, with users in Taiwan reporting getting it as we speak. The 564MB-heavy download brings a number of changes, not just those included in the updated version of Google’s platform.
The change log observations include battery charging percentage indicator, improved Gallery, improvements to low-light camera performance, additional Video highlights options, and the ability to add soundtracks to your Highlights. Moreover, there are stability improvements and various bug fixes included in the mix.
As far as I’ve understood this update is first going to owners of unlocked HTC One though now that it’s ready, it should soon be available all across the globe. We’ll let you know when we hear it’s available on US carriers’ HTC One versions…
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