If you don’t remember the HTC Desire X it’s because it isn’t a particularly memorable smartphone. Still, the handset was introduced in August 2012, running Android Ice Cream Sandwich. And although HTC didn’t say anything about this, it looks like the Desire X is going to be updated to Jelly Bean soon.
The Bluetooth SIG has listed a version of the Desire X (PM66xxx) just recently, mentioning that it comes with Android 4.1. So there will probably be an official JB update for it rolled-out at some point. We will certainly let you know when (and if) it happens.
The Desire X is a mid-end device. Its features include a 4.0 inch Super LCD display with 800 x 480 pixels, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, DLNA, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0, Beats Audio, 5MP rear camera with LED flash, dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8225 Snapdragon, 768MB of RAM, 4GB of internal memory, MicroSD card support, and a 1,650 mAh battery.
HTC has already announced two new smartphones this year, but only one of them runs Android Jelly Bean – and that’s the high-end HTC One, of course. In the near future, the Taiwanese company should introduce other handsets, including the Desire P, Desire Q, M4, G2, and the HTC Myst “Facebook phone”.
Via Blog of Mobile
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