The new HTC One M8 came with a handy feature dubbed as the Extreme Battery Saving Mode. At launch, the feature was not available for handsets in the US, but it was pushed to the Sprint model, and the ones in Canada recently.
If you’re rocking an unlocked or the developer version of the HTC One M8, you be glad to find out it is getting an update with the Extreme Power saving mode.
Last month, a bug was discovered in the HTC One M8 which restricted users from claiming the free 50GB Google Drive storage on the device. HTC mentioned an update will be pushed in mid-May which will fix the issue, and here we are.
It’s mid-May, as promised, AT&T and HTC are rolling out a new update for the HTC One M8, which fixes the Google Drive free 50GB storage issue.
HTC released its latest Sense 6 UI with the HTC One M8. The Taiwanese OEM did announced that it will make its way to existing HTC devices, and they even created a software update page to let users know about theÂ status of the update.
For those of you who are rocking the gigantic HTC One Max from Sprint, there’s a piece of good news for you. Sprint is rolling out an update for the handset, which brings the latest Sense 6.0 UI, as well as WiFi calling feature.