Android 4.4 KitKat has been rolled out to both the HTC One and the HTC One Mini in the UK, bringing a number of updates from HTC< alongside a number of updates that come with every version of Android 4.4.

At the moment we don’t know the exact changes, however HTC have detailed that the 308.24MB update will bring a number of security updates, as well as integration with the KitKat Cloud Print service, and wider support for more Bluetooth profiles.

One of the biggest changes is that Flash player has been removed, moving to the HTML5 standard, users will no longer be able to access Flash content on HTC’s in-built web browser.

For the HTC One Mini, the update will also add Sense 5.5.

If we find out anything more about the update, we will update this post.

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