If you own an HTC One X and you’re waiting for the latest version of Android to roll out to your phone, we have news for you. A report suggests that Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) has arrived to the said smartphone in Europe.
According to Android Central, HTC said that the update is “rolling out now” to One X handsets in Asia and Europe. Although we are yet to hear anything official from the Taiwanese phone-maker, it did say that it planned to push out the update to the One X and One S this October.
Although this is exciting news, don’t be surprised if other One X owners get the update before you do. The report says that the Taiwanese firm will be rolling out the update in batches.
Not only does the update bring the latest version of Android, it also delivers the latest version of Sense (Sense 4+), which is a new version of HTC’s custom UI.
The Jelly Bean update for the One X is likely to roll out first to SIM-free or unlocked versions of the handset. So if you signed up for a contract to get your hands on the handset for free, you’re going to have to wait until your network tests their bloatware on the Jelly Bean update. If you have received the update for your phone, don’t forget to let us know through a comment.
Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) is the current version of Android, but not for long. Google was expected to launch a minor update to Jelly Bean, version 4.2, at their event, which was supposed to kick off today. However, the search giant was forced to cancel the event due to Hurricane Sandy.
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