Earlier this year, the HTC One hit the market, helping to put the Taiwan based manufacturer back on the map after a widely publicised period of falling market shares and revenues. The manufacturer’s latest flagship Android phone has clocked up millions of sales, along with gaining a reputation as one of the best smartphones on the market despite the release of some impressive competitors.
Before the HTC One was released, the company’s previous flagship device was the HTC One X. At the time of its release, this handset boasted one of the most advanced spec lists of any phone on the market, and remains one of the most feature packed smartphones available. Among its key features are a 4.7 inch LCD display, Beats Audio, 8 megapixel camera and it was one of the first smartphones with a quad-core processor. The phone was originally launched with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich as its operating system of choice, but was also subject to an update to Android 4.1.1 after its release.
Over the last few months, there has been a lot of speculation regarding another software update, bringing Android 4.2 Jellybean to the phone. Opinion has been has been divided regarding whether or not the update which will come to the One X. However, GottaBeMobile has recently reported that new information suggests that the Android 4.2 upgrade to be coming to the phone in July, along with a further update to its user interface to Sense 5.0, which was showcased on the HTC One. For more details on the HTC One X Android update, visit our website where you can also find the cheapest HTC One X offers.
Several new features will be bought to the HTC One X as part of the update, along with the usual performance updates and bug fixes. The website has reported that HTC One X handsets in Europe which are locked are likely to receive the update in July or August, and handsets locked to networks following suit shortly afterwards.
Although this is not official information from HTC, it is not the first piece of evidence suggesting that the update to Android 4.2 and Sense 5.0 will be coming to the HTC One X in the near future. When more information regarding the update has been revealed, we will be sure to keep you updated.