Lollipop may be a couple of weeks away, but several devices are still making the move to the latest version of KitKat. Today, T-Mobile started rolling out Android 4.4.4 to its version of the HTC One M8. Available in the form of a 255.63MB over-the-air push, the new software introduces some security patches and bug fixes, but the highlight of the update is the addition of HTC’s EYE experience.

If you’re not familiar with HTC’s photography-centric software, it was officially introduced earlier this month when the company announced its new Desire EYE smartphone during a media event in New York City. Today’s software bump adds new functionality like face tracking, split camera operation, Photo Booth mode and other photo enhancing features.

If you’re a T-Mobile customer rocking HTC’s current flagship smartphone and you’ve managed to get hold of the update, be sure to let us know how it’s treating you.

(via Android Central)

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