The rollout of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the HTC One X commenced over the weekend in parts of Asia and Europe. The update first arrived in Taiwan but has since been reported in other regions.
The new software brings the One X to Android 4.1.2 and includes HTC Sense 4+, the latest version of the Taiwanese smartphone maker’s custom user interface. New features include SMS forwarding, password protection for the message inbox, and an updated Gallery. In addition, Sense 4+ is said to bring a 10 percent performance boost in addition to the enhancements of Jelly Bean’s Project Butter. Users can also expect other Jelly Bean features, including Google Now and actionable notifications.
For now the update is making its way to the Tegra 3-powered version of the handset with no exact timeline for the arrival of Jelly Bean for users in the US. Next up for HTC is getting Android 4.1 to the international version of their One S handset.
[via Android and Me]
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TAGS: Android 4.1, Asia, Europe, HTC One X, Jelly Bean