It's in testing. Which means if it fails the test, they go back to the drawing board. And at this point, coming up on 2 years since it's been out, that might not be so much a performance issue as a business decision. And HTC is suffering. They need M8 users to buy M10s. I've seen this happen before. And you say, "But Sprint has it! The International M8 has it!" Again, business decision. Motorola updated the Bionic in 2012, but the Photon and Electrify, both a generation newer, never got a single update. That update was in testing, too. And it "failed." Even though the less powerful Bionic got the update. How is a more powerful phone not able to run an update satisfactorily, but a lesser one is? Business decision.
Perhaps I'm testing right now.
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