HTC has been a company which has been around the world of technology for quite some time now and has made a mark for itself in the world of mobile phone technology.
The company has been a true innovator in the business, and has changed the very concept we know of product design in the world of Android technology.
They have always managed to bring out some or the other innovative feature with their devices and have caught the attention of their users from time to time.
However, their market share, over the past few years has been on a steady decline, and the company has been frantically trying to figure out what has been going wrong with them.
HTC has had many successful devices when it comes to the world of Android, and HTC, as a matter of fact, was the first ever company to release an Android phone into the markets.
The association of HTC with Android gets deeper with every passing day, and the company has now released the latest version of the Android OS, Android 6.0.1 for one of their recent, popular devices, the HTC Desire Eye.
The Android 6.0.1 Update for HTC Desire Eye is a massive 1.6GB update, and comes out with the HTC Sense 7.0 UI update.
Many new tweaks to the user customization are expected to roll out with this new update for the users of the device, and many new themes too have been introduced. Performance upgrades have been a major part of this new update as well.
The latest Android update for the device is expected to help the HTC Desire Eye perform better in terms of MMS, Bluetooth, Camera functions and much more.
The Android 6.0.1 update also brings in many new and improved updates right from the Google developers. These updates include but are not limited to the battery saver named ‘Doze’, which helps the phones conserve a large amount of battery during prolonged periods of inactivity.
The Google Now also gets smarter with this new Android 6.0.1 Update for the HTC Desire Eye, as more accurate suggestions are now a part of the system.
Recommendations, apps permissions, direct share, additional mobile payment systems like Google Pay, Visa, Discovery and Master Card, and supports for Android Pay and fingerprint scanner, have also been added to the system.