For those who have managed to get their hands on AT&T’s HTC One X after a customs delay pushed back its release date, an update is ready for you. The minor software update brings the phone to version 1.85.502.3 and mainly addresses issues pertaining to the handset’s WiFi functionality. The One X should see improved operation outside if WiFi networks as well as increased speeds over WiFi. An AT&T address book fix is also included.
The update doesn’t seem to address all known bugs for the One X, and some users are reporting no noticeable difference in WiFi performance. In some cases battery life is said to be taking a bit of a hit. Hopefully a larger update is in the works to address some of the more sweeping issues.