HTC has started pushing out Android 9 Pie update to its HTC U12+ smartphone in Taiwan which is expected to be rolled out globally soon. The size of the update is around 1.06GB and will bring the software version to 2.45.709.1 and includes enhancements in the overall system functionality. Earlier this year, in the month of March, HTC has announced that it would be releasing Android 9 Pie to its U12+ along with U11 and U11+ devices in the second quarter but it didn’t happen.
The update is being rolled out in Taiwan as of now and the same has been confirmed by the company on its official community forums in the country and also posted brief changelog that accompanies the update. Many users have also mentioned about the update they have received via social media channels. The update has removed the Google+ integration via BlinkFeed feature.
If you have not received the update yet, you can check for it manually by going to the setting of the device and tapping on the system updates section. If you find the file, it should be downloaded and installed and make sure the change on the device is minimum 60 percent also do back up all the important data. The update is being rolled out in batches in Taiwan and nothing is mentioned about the Android security patch update.
Talking about the device, the HTC U12+ comes with a 6.0-inch display and Qualcomm’s powerful 845 SoC coupled with 6GB of RAM and 64GB / 128GB of onboard storage. On the camera front, HTC provided the device with a 12MP main camera sensor along with a 16MP secondary camera. There is also an 8MP + 8MP camera set up on the front for selfies. The device came out of the box with Android 7.1 operating system out of the box with companies own UI on top.
With the latest update, few users have reported about a bug that they have encountered which is impacting the Internet APN option. Nothing is mentioned about the global rollout of the same but it is expected to happen soon. Have you received the latest update on your device? Comment in the section below if you have more queries on the same, and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more similar news and updates.