Much of our HTC focus may be on the company’s “utopia in progress” event that’ll likely bring HTC’s next Android flagship, but if you’re rocking an AT&T-branded One (M8), you’re getting a bit of time in the spotlight today.
AT&T has announced that it’s now pushing an update to its flavor of the HTC One (M8). The update is version 0P6B120 and adds support for AT&T’s HD Voice service, which offers improved voice clarity on phone calls conducted with two HD Voice-capable devices. The full changelog for this update looks like this:
So HD Voice support, improved battery performance, and a handful of other small updates. This may not be the most exciting update ever, but it’s great to see AT&T continuing to update its existing phones with HD Voice support, and better battery life is always awesome.
If you’ve got an AT&T-branded One (M8) nearby, you can check for this update right now by heading into Settings > AT&T Software Update > Check for updates.