The promised update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the HTC One X will start rolling out in October. As always, the first devices to get updated will be those sold unlocked and sans carrier intervention. For One X units purchased from carriers, the update should arrive before the end of this year.
The information above doesn’t come straight from HTC unfortunately, so there’s still a chance that it’s wrong. Do keep that in mind. That said, HTC surely has to have some people working on Jelly Bean updates for its smartphones – especially those in the much-touted One line. And since the One X is the company’s current Android flagship, it naturally makes sense to start there.
The upcoming HTC One X+ will apparently ship with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box.
So, if a One X is your smartphone of choice, soon you’ll be running the latest version of Google’s mobile OS. Start counting down then.
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