Google's Android Lollipop OS update is now rolling out to users of some older HTC smartphones including the HTC One E8, HTC Desire EYE and HTC Butterfly S in some Asian countries.
According to a PhoneArena report that quotes official tweets by HTC's ROM engineer (see below), the Android 5.0 OS update is now available for download, indicating the impending roll-out of the firmware in the UK and US as well.
As per the official tweet, Android Lollipop is currently live for HTC One E8 users in Hong Kong and owners of the smartphone can check the update in the form of a bulky 958MB sized file.
Apart from Hong Kong, the Lollipop update is also live for users of HTC Desire EYE in Taiwan who can check for the newer OTA notification with the software rolling-out in the form of a 1009MB file.
HTC Butterfly S users in Taiwan can also download the Android Lollipop (available as a 709MB file) via OTA.
The latest roll-out follows that of the T-Mobile-driven HTC One (M7) smartphones in US, which were seeded with the Android Lollipop early last month.
Therefore, users of HTC's older smartphones, residing in Asia can check their smartphones for the Android Lollipop update, and let us if they have received the same in our comments section below.