This could also end up being a fix for the Bluetooth connectivity bug that was earlier experienced by HTC users. The new connection-deletion process to be included in Android M might clear this issue.
Furthermore, the HTC One M8 is equipped with a non-removable Li-Po 2600mAh battery. As a result, if it drains out on the way, you won’t be able to change or replace the battery.
You can definitely use a powerbank but the ability to set your device to Power Saving mode should be included as well. In the meantime, Mo Versi, HTC senior vice president for product management, declared that HTC One M8 users will be able to update their devices to Android M, according to Venture Capital Post.
Google’s upcoming Android M will bring several new cutting-edge features which include an app drawer and a rotating home screen as well.
The possibility of standardizing fingerprint scanner should also be added in the upcoming update. This will allow users to unlock their devices using fingerprint. The end of this year is not too far away and this is probably why HTC will skip the Android 5.1.1 launch on their flagship devices.
Stay tuned for more updates on HTC One M8!