Android 4.4.2 with Sense 6.0 Update for HTC One M7 and HTC One Max Gets Certification

Android 4.4.2 for HTC One

A new Android 4.4.2 for HTC One M7 and HTC One Max that will bring Sense 6.0 on HTC’s 2013 high-end smartphones is right around the corner, as the company updated their software page, revealing that the new firmware has received certification.

The HTC US Software Update page also revealed that the Android 4.4.2 update with Sense 6.0 received certification for the AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and Unlocked variants of the HTC One M7. The T-Mobile HTC One M7 Android 4.4.2 with Sense 6.0 update is listed as under development, which might mean that T-Mobile owners will have to wait a bit longer. The same page also reveals that both Sprint and Verizon HTC One Max variants have received certification for Sense 6.0 update. On the other hand, the new firmware is still in the integration stage for the AT&T HTC One Mini.

In case you don’t know it already the “integration” stage is the step before “certification,” the later being is the last stage of development, followed by a push to the customers.

HTC Canada also posted more information on their Software Updates page. Bell, Rogers, SaskTel, TELUS, Virgin Mobile, and Wind HTC One M7 variants have all been certified to receive the Android 4.4.2 update with Sense 6.0, while the Rogers HTC One Mini is still in the integration phase.

Even though HTC’s chart shows that the after the “certification” phase the new updates are “pushed to customers,” it doesn’t mean that we will get to see the new firmware right away.

Anyway, you should stick with us for more details about the Android 4.4.2 update that will bring Sense 6.0 on HTC One M7, HTC One Max, and HTC One Mini, as we will be the first to let you know when the new firmware is released to customers.

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  • Dazrin

    Where do you get that they have RECEIVED certification? I only see that they are in the certification process, not that they have received it. Normally they have an announcement through Twitter or elsewhere when they actually receive it and can begin pushing it out.