HTC UK has confirmed through its Twitter feed that prepaid HTC One in the United Kingdom will get Android 4.4 KitKat update on January 2014. The tweet also added that HTC is working with local carriers in the UK to start the roll out. The Taiwan-based company habitually enmeshed the homegrown Sense UI on top of the stock Android OS, but it’s unclear which UI version it will be adding to the HTC One.
Google released the latest iteration of its mobile platform, Android 4.4 KitKat and it delivers some new features and enhancements, including wireless printing, full voice control and more responsive multitasking. The Caller ID system in another revolutionary capability offered by the KitKat, it intelligently identifies unknown callers using available data on different sources, including Google Maps.
Android 4.4 KitKat devices can send any document to a physical printer courtesy HP’s ePrint system or Cloud Print. It includes a completely revamped QuickOffice with improved capability, including easier file search. It is also far easier to edit spreadsheets and documents. It’s worth noting that the Android 4.4 update is a fairly large and users should consider using high-speed, reliable WiFi to download the file.