HTC have began rolling out the Android 4.4.2 update for its flagship One smartphone. The update is 308.24 MB in size and the staged rollout has started in various parts of Europe.
The update, apart from updating the device to the latest Android version, also brings about some security enhancements. Other changes include cloud printing support, new Bluetooth profiles to support more media interactions and removal of Flash Player support in the browser.
As is the case with KitKat updates, the battery icon has now changed to white from the colored one. There seems to be no other change in the UI, with Sense 5.5 being as it was before the update.
The update can be downloaded via OTA, with users of the unlocked version of the device from various parts of Europe reporting they have received the update. Meanwhile, the users of the US carrier variants of the One can also expect the update to hit their device soon as HTC has said the updates are currently undergoing carrier certification.