Another Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update has started from those folks at HTC. Today it looks like they've initiated the rollout of Jelly Bean for their popular HTC One XL for all those lucky owners. For now it appears that multiple regions in Asia have begun receiving the OTA update, and others will follow shortly.
It sounds like Singapore and Taiwan are among a few that started receiving the update last night, and we can expect a broader rollout in the coming days and weeks. HTC's been rather slow with their updates to the regular HTC One X, so we can expect the same sort of timeframe for the XL. Either way, I'd be checking for updates if I had one. It's about time the One X's LTE brother received some Jelly Beans.
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and Sense UI 4+ is what you'll be greeted with after updating your One XL. Everything we've already seen from previous updates will be present. Users can enjoy Google Now voice search, improved and expanding notifications, project butter, a better camera (thanks to Sense) and a few other notable changes. They've improved power management, and of course there's multiple bug fixes.
As usual the updated firmware is floating around on XDA for those wanting to take that route, or just check for updates yourself on the device and it should be arriving sometime soon for those rocking an HTC One XL in parts of Asia. If you've already received the update drop a comment below and let us know how it went. Stay tuned for more details on other regions.
[via Android Police]