After being announced at the recently held Google I/O this year, Android L (developer preview) has been made available to an array of devices. And a team of developers have made that list a bit longer by adding another device to it the HTC One (M7).
The preview developed by XDA is still in its initial stage, so you won’t be getting a very smooth experience and some functions will be missing too. Since this is a developer’s preview, that was meant to happen. Developer’s preview are made to just show-off what the actual update will look like and not to work on your device like the normal updates. Some features that you’ll be missing out on include Wi-Fi, camera, Bluetooth, data and sound.
The One (M7) is HTC’s flagship from 2013 and was one of the best smartphones in the market back in its time. It boasts of a 4.7″ 1080p display with a Snapdragon 600 chipset and 2 GB of RAM.