Coming after a small delay last week, Android 4.3 has begun rolling out for HTC One users with T-Mobile. We are seeing reports coming from various users across the US and if you happen to be carrying a T-Mobile branded One -- you can grab the update now be heading into the settings. T-Mobile has already updated the support page for the HTC One and it looks like this one will be WiFi only.
Of course, aside from T-Mobile limiting this to WiFi, it would have likely been the preferred method given the size. This update measures in at roughly 560MB in size. Otherwise, this update will have your T-Mobile HTC One going to Android 4.3 and arriving as software version 3.24.531.3. Once updated you will also have Sense 5, which brings BlinkFeed improvements such as navigation and Instagram.
Aside from BlinkFeed, the remainder of the update touches on the camera and battery life as well as the notification bar and quick settings. Though a bit generic in the descriptions, the changelog breaks down as follows;
- Notification bar and quick settings
- Battery life
- Camera AE/AF lock
- HTC BlinkFeed - Navigation and Instagram
- HTC Video highlights
Otherwise, the usual T-Mobile update suggestions are in place. Basically, they recommend you are either plugged in or have more than 50 percent battery life and there is also mention that your device cannot currently be rooted. With T-Mobile users getting the update today, it looks like Verizon Wireless users are left on their own. Assuming the timeline holds, Big Red users should have the update before the end of October.