HTC has just unveiled the HTC One Google Edition, a version of the HTC One (for more click here) that runs Android in its unadulterated form. You may be kicking yourself on the head since you already got your hands on the original One, but the Taiwanese firm is suggesting that it may be possible to have your handset run Android just like the Google Edition version.
HTC first suggested this while talking to The Verge (check out the original story here). In an interview with the site, an HTC spokesperson said that the company was “examining the best way to support early adopters of the One.”
It suggested the same thing while talking to Pocket-Lint (check out the original story here). An HTC spokesperson told the site, “We’re taking a look at what, if anything, makes sense for early adopters of the One who want a stock Android experience.”
Of course, HTC failed to drop more clues on how they plan to accomplish this. It’s also possible that they abandon the idea.
We’ll be on the lookout for more clues on this matter.
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