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HTC comes top in Android update study

HTC comes top in Android update study
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Erratic updates have caused many a headache for those of us on Android, but how is your mobile maker doing? Well Ars Technica has carried out a study so you can see how every device maker ranks in the update stakes. And it’s good news for anyone with an HTC phone.

In order to carry out the study, Ars Technica took “a selection of the highest-profile Android phones released since the OS debuted, going all the way back to the T-Mobile G1.” It compared Google’s release date of each new software version with when each phone actually received it, and rounded up the delay to the nearest month.

HTC came top, with Ars Technica noting that the Taiwanese company benefits from Google partnerships, especially in the ea…………… continues on CNET UK

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HTC’s plan for 2012 was pretty simple. Create a brand. A recognizable brand, one that would make potential customers and long-time fans recognize the company, much like the Galaxy brand represents Samsung, and the iPhone immortalizes Apple. Unfortunately, I can’t say that I believe HTC succeeded in that effort. Yes, the One Series is indeed all theirs, but I don’t think it had the same penetration that they were hoping it would. What’s worse, HTC’s plan to release fewer phones didn’t seem to last all that long, and now even the One Series is packed full of devices.

I just did a quick search for “HTC One” and I want to list the devices that popped up. No, you can’t get a lot of these devices here in the United States, not from any specific carrier, but that’s a bit beyond the point these days. Just, see the list:

HTC One X. HTC One X+. HTC One S. HTC One V. HTC One SV. HTC One XL. HTC One SU. HTC One VX. HTC One SV (CDMA). HTC One ST. HTC One SC. HTC One S C2. HTC One XC. Those are the Android options. (Here are the Windows Phone options, if you want to count them: HTC Windows Phone 8X. HTC Windows Phone 8S.)

Samsung has a lot of phones, but that’s just . . . Well, that’s a lot of phones. All of which are meant to utilize that One Series brand, one way or another……………. continues on PhoneDog

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