If you’re an AT&T subscriber waiting to receive the Sense 6 update from HTC on your One (M7), last year’s flagship, there’s good news. There’s official word from the company that the Sense 6 for AT&T HTC One (M7) release is going to take place early next week. This comes directly from HTC U.S. President Jason Mackenzie, later being reiterated by Mohammed Versi, HTC’s VP of Product Management.

It was merely two weeks ago when the same update was rolled out for unlocked and developer variants of this smartphone. AT&T is actually the last remaining major carrier that is yet to push Sense 6 out. Earlier this week both Verizon and Sprint rolled out said update whereas T-Mobile pushed it out even before those two.

The update primarily brings changes for the Sense user interface that HTC slaps on top of its Android devices. Key features that debuted on this year’s M8 flagship will find their way to the M7, features like improved BlinkFeed, updated first party apps and an overall updated user interface.

The HTC executives revealed that the company has received technical approval from the carrier so they can start putting the wheels in motion for an over-the-air release. As always it’s likely going to be a staged roll out so all users might not get it at the same time. The roll out shouldn’t take more than a couple of days to complete.

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