The HTC One A9 is the latest device to come from theÂ Taiwanese company. It went on sale in an unlocked fashion with AT&T and Sprint following suite shortly after. It is a rather interesting device being near stock with minimal bloatware apps pre-installed and landing with Android 6.0 out of the box. I had a chance to take the unlocked variant for a run and was quick impressed with its performance. I still think it would be a much more popular device had the price tag stayed at the initial launch price of $399, but I am sure it will drop soon. If you are the owner of a HTC One A9 on AT&T’s network then you need to be on the lookout forÂ an OTA update that started rolling out yesterday.
The update brings in camera and battery improvements to the device as well as bulletin security updates. It weighs in at 444MB’s and does require a Wi-Fi connection to get downloaded. If you haven’t seen the update land in your One A9’s notification panel yet, head to HomeÂ > AT&T software update > check for updates > OK. At least, that is what AT&T says. It could be Settings > About > Software Updates > Check Now. Â As that is the typical process on most devices. When all is said and done you should be on software version 1.27.502.5.
Any AT&T One A9 owners out there get the update installed? If so, have you noticed a battery improvement or better camera performance?