HTC One A9 Aero to load Android 6.0 Marshmallow

HTC stands with key smartphone venders which are going to launch devices for this season. It has not made official yet but we have its details out from many insiders. Following consistent leaks and rumors now we have some fresh info. According to details the upcoming HTC One A9 Aero will land with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

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Some other details out from a similar source suggest that the One A9 Aero will be ready for launch within next two months. Thus with Android 6.0 Marshmallow running inside we may get the device in late October or early in November. The details, if true will make the A9 Aero to be the first smartphone after Nexus 5x to carry the latest version of Android. This will be a nice additional point for HTC device and may earn much if not delayed any more.

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We also have the Google event scheduled for end of this month where we are set for a number of announcements. According to details about the Google event on September 29 the company is going to announce Android Marshmallow running devices. We may get two Nexus smartphone models with Android 6.0 at the event. Thus they will bring the Android 6.0 Marshmallow into market.

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HTC is also reported to hold its event for this year on the very same day. According to various HTC internal sources the company is going to unveil the One A9 Aero at the event. But unlike Google event we are not confirmed yet about HTC plans. But the details show expectation from Android 6.0 marshmallow in the HTC One A9. Against these rumors we have some hints by HTC officials. The details say that the company is going to launch a Hero model at the end of this year. Thus it looks that with a slight variation we will get HTC’s version in the market in next months.

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