It looks like HTC is getting ready to start updating all of their high end flagship smartphones from last year with some new goodies. All the neat improvements and features from Sense UI 5 on the HTC One like BlinkFeed and Zoe are headed to the HTC One X+. We're seeing the update arrive in Asia, and it has also leaked in a few other forms as well.
The HTC One X+ was the flagship from last year with a 4.7-inch SLCD2 display coming in at 720p and NVIDIA's Tegra 3 processor. It also replaced the Snapdragon dual-core HTC One X on AT&T eventually as well. While all of these devices aren't yet enjoying the latest Jelly Bean treats from Google and HTC, the update is coming soon.
Over on XDA reports have surfaced that Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with Sense UI 5 is rolling out to the HTC One X+ in Asia, and a few leaked RUU files are giving this update to other regions as well. So far we haven't heard of others getting it, but it's safe to say the update should arrive sooner than later.
The HTC One X+ (and presumably the regular One X) will be getting this update eventually here on AT&T, but so far mums the word. Most of the features reserved for the new HTC One and One mini (shown above) are now starting to arrive for their older devices. You'll be enjoying a new Sense UI 5 with a completely changed app tray, the BlinkFeed news widget is present, as is the new Zoe camera features.
You'll be enjoying lockscreen widgets and much more with Android 4.2.2 and Sense UI 5.0 in no time. Now we'll just have to hope AT&T's model gets this soon too.