Earlier this week HTC broke the news that Android 4.4 KitKat wouldn’t arrive on its flagship One device within the 90 days it originally promised, pushing the release back by several weeks. Today, however, HTC One owners in Canada are receiving the update across all the country’s major carriers.
According to Canadian tech blog Mobile Syrup, Android 4.4 is now available to download on Rogers, TELUS, Bell, Virgin, SaskTel and WIND. If you’re reading this in Canada head to Applications > Settings > About Phone > Software Update to check for yourself. Hopefully you’ll be upgrading to KitKat in no time.
Here in the U.S. it will likely take a bit longer. According to HTC the software update is now in the hands of individual carriers, with AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile each running their own tests before they can upgrade the HTC One to Android 4.4. The Taiwanese company claims it may take a few more weeks, though that should vary from carrier to carrier.