Huzzah! HTC One owners in the US are being treated to a bit of good news today. According to HTC’s Twitter page, the manufacturer has already handed off their Sensified version of Android KitKat for the HTC One to Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, where it is currently undergoing inspection. If all goes well, expect certification by as early as next week. Eegad!
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