T-Mobile HTC One Getting KitKat in the Next Few Days - According to HTC Reddit AMA

Right now, HTC is doing a Reddit AMA where you can head on over there and ask some great questions for the folks at HTC. One user asked, "When will tmobile customers see the 4.4 update to the htc one?" Which is what a lot of people have asked, for various carriers as right now only Sprint's HTC One has received KitKat. And according to HTC "It's with T-Mobile now in the final steps of certification, and you should see it start to push within the next few days." So we should see it coming out very shortly, maybe even as soon as this weekend. This gives us the feeling that all the carriers have the KitKat update and are certifying it, so we should see updates start rolling out for AT&T, and Verizon as well pretty soon. But we also know that those two are notoriously slow with updates.

So for those of you on T-Mobile and using the HTC One, we should be seeing the KitKat update hitting your device very shortly, and I'm sure all of you are going to love it. As always, once we hear more about the update, we'll be sure to pass the information along to all of our readers. Hopefully it won't be too much longer.

HTC is still on Reddit doing their AMA (Ask Me Anything), for the next hour or so. So we may see some more interesting stuff come out of the guys from HTC. Maybe they'll comment on the HTC M8? Even though one HTC team member wants us to think he doesn't know what the M8 is. Or possibly the rumored Nexus 8. We'll be glued to the AMA and bringing you any news that happens during the AMA tonight.

How many of you are on T-Mobile and are ready for KitKat and Sense 5.5 to hit your HTC One? Be sure to let us know in the comments down below. And if you want to jump in the AMA on Reddit, go right ahead!

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