However, it declares the months in which its flagship devices, U11, U11+, and U12+ will get the update. After all, Google has bought most of the people responsible for making HTC phones - the entire division, in fact - and it's much more focused on Vive virtual reality headset now, it appears. The last few years have been hard on the company, forcing it to downsize its business and exit numerous markets.
We want to share the release schedule of the Android Pie updates for #HTC smartphones. On the bright side, the rollout will begin before the second quarter of the year ends, as the company had promised before. Please note, certain regions & carrier deployment may affect these dates.
Things have been pretty quiet on the side of HTC when it comes to smartphones. That time, however, has long gone. As of now, there is only one HTC phone with Android Pie and that is U11 Life because it comes under Android One program. The answer is No, None of the HTC Devices will be getting the Official Android Q Beta or the Stable Version of the update. HTC has announced this on Twitter account. Still, it could always make a comeback at some point. You see, while the Android development team is busy, HTC is finalizing Android Pie for its flagship phones.