Users Of HTC U11 In The US and Europe has started getting Android 8.0 Oreo 2.31.400.6 OTA Update: HTC launched the first flagship smartphone from the company in the HTC U series at the beginning of this year which was named as the HTC U Ultra. The U Ultra was also the first smartphone to be launched by HTC in 2017 in the premium series. Later, HTC released the U11 smartphone which was the successor the HTC U Ultra from the company and also the premium flagship smartphone from the company in 2017 which would compete with the likes of Samsung Galaxy S8 and the LG G6. Now, this smartphone was launched with a single camera setup on the back and the back of the phone has a shiny material.
Now, this smartphone was launched with Android Nougat from HTC and the latest update on the smartphone have been expected to be released very soon. Also, we have known that the latest version of Android was released by Google earlier this year and the latest version of Android has been named as Android 8.0 Oreo. Also, HTC releases smartphones with a custom skin of Android which is known as Sense UI and it takes time to upgrade it for the latest version of Android but the important thing is that the custom skin of HTC is very close to stock android so it will take less time do the upgrade to latest version.
Android 8.0 Oreo 2.31.400.6 OTA For HTC U11 Released
Now, we have known that the HTC U11 has started to receive the Android Oreo update on their smartphones and this update has been rolled out by HTC in the Europe and the United States region as an over the air update. Along with all the new things in Android Oreo, you will see that HTC’s Sense UI will also be upgraded.
The OTA update has been rolled out and you should see a notification to update your device to build 2.31.400.6 which is the official Android Oreo update.The latest Oreo software update 2.31.400.6 for HTC U11 is being released in a phase wise manner and may take few days to available across the globe. You can also check manually for updates, go to Settings > About device > System update.
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