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"Keep in mind that this list is unofficial and Google has yet to formally unveil an Android 4.3 build. With that said, this list seems fairly accurate at first blush; newer, more popular models getting the latest release while others stay back."

 

 

http://www.androidguys.com/2013/05/30/list-of-htc-devices-slated-to-receive-android-4-3-arrives-before-version-is-even-announced/

 

 

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well, if it truly is Q4 of 2013 (which I highly doubt) then hopefully we'll be seeing the Sense 5 update soon, unless they decide to pack it into the 4.3 update

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well, if it truly is Q4 of 2013 (which I highly doubt) then hopefully we'll be seeing the Sense 5 update soon, unless they decide to pack it into the 4.3 update

 

My bet will be they pack it into the 4.3 update.

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That assumes it actually happens. Sounds promising but 4.3 hasn't even been announced yet much to the dissappointment to those who attended the Google I/O.

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My bet will be they pack it into the 4.3 update.

Hopefully they will release Sense 5 with the 4.2 update and then the 4.3 update.

 

 

-Luis

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Hopefully they will release Sense 5 with the 4.2 update and then the 4.3 update.

 

 

-Luis

I  would not waste money or resource on a 4.2 Sense if the 4.3 is this close.

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Oh NO!!!!

 

http://www.pocketables.com/2013/06/htc-evo-4g-lte-and-others-will-receive-android-4-3.html

 

 

" I was able to trace the origin of this rumor to Technos Amigos, which doesn’t exactly have a well-established history of leaking credible information. (In fact, to my knowledge, it doesn’t have any history at all of doing this!)"

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Oh NO!!!!

 

http://www.pocketables.com/2013/06/htc-evo-4g-lte-and-others-will-receive-android-4-3.html

 

 

" I was able to trace the origin of this rumor to Technos Amigos, which doesn’t exactly have a well-established history of leaking credible information. (In fact, to my knowledge, it doesn’t have any history at all of doing this!)"

Beyond the fact that this was a rumor, the author is correct in saying that 4.3 isn't even out yet. I treat these types of rumors with a grain of salt. What if google doesn't even announce a 4.3 this year?

 

 

-Luis

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