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HTC will bring Android N to the HTC 10, One A9, One M9

The phonemaker confirms on Twitter its support for new Android features that Google announced at its I/O developer conference.

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HTC's tweet in support of Android N.

Screenshot by Jessica Dolcourt/CNET

If you've got an HTC 10, One A9, One M9, you're getting Android N.

Google announced more additions to its forthcoming software for mobile phones at Google I/O, the company's annual developer conference that it uses as a stage to share major changes for the year.

HTC took advantage of the excitement (and trust me, there's a lot of that) on Wednesday to tweet that it'll bring Android N to three of its most popular phones.

Android N is still months away from launch, and it's all but guaranteed to come to all headliner phones. For a taste of what you'll be able to get, read up on the latest (new emoticons!) And for a chance at giving N its next sweet-treat name, throw in your suggestion here.