The new software version is 2.18.651.2 and, though HTC introduces the many benefits of Android Nougat including multi-window, enhanced notifications, improved Doze battery saving, and more.
To see if you’re device is ready for the update, navigate to Settings > System updates, and tap HTC software update. If you can install it, you’ll be notified.
HTC says the process should take around 10 minutes and recommends that your Play Store apps are up to date, that your device is charged to at least 35% and that it is charging before starting the process.
If you don’t want to wait for the software to reach your device over-the-air, you can also install the software manually from HTC’s support page — detailed instructions for which can be found at the link.
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Source: Android Authority