The users of this new edition will get prompt Android updates and some free software choices
The release of the new HTC One has given way to all the apps which are coming to the new phone's platform but within minutes of the official release of the phone, the apps started flooding on the Google Play Store and the main problem is that they have started dropping by in their premature states. HTC Gallery is one of these apps and this one had proved to be essentially interesting because the supporting text which comes along the app says that aside from the regular phone, there'll also be the option of a clutter-free Google Play Edition.
From the looks of it, the addition is expected to be available soon and previously it was said to coincide with the original phone's launch. Whoever is interested in this version must know that they will be getting prompt Android updates. Users of this version will also be allowed to freely pick and choose from HTC's software offerings, including Blinkfeed (the company's news-focused homepage), Sense TV (the TV remote app) and surprisingly also one camera-related app which will allow full benefit of the new model's depth-sensing camera.