Talking about getting the Android 4.3 update on the US carried HTC One, Sprint was the first one to get it. And now it’s finally T-Mobile’s turn. As promised, the carrier has started to roll out the latest version of Android Jelly Bean, which brings improved low-light camera performance, new lock screen widgets, a quick settings panel in the notification bar, a battery charging percentage indicator and a bunch of bug fixes. As TmoNews points out, the update is a hefty 560.18MB, so be sure to have a sufficient battery and a stable connection before you download the update.
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