HTC haven't been what we'd consider the best in that regard. However, some new details are surfacing this week suggesting they'll be working hard to improve in that area. First up their popular HTC One X which recently got 4.1 Jelly Bean, will apparently get the latest and greatest in June.
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HTC One X owners on AT&T. Since nearly every other One X has already received the update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, we know you're all patiently waiting for it to arrive. This morning AT&T finally announced the update was coming, and not soon, but actually arriving on handsets today. However, that official blog post has since been removed from the AT&T website.
unveiled the One smartphone this morning. This was the handset previously dubbed the M7. Codename aside though, lets take a look at this newly announced HTC One as compared to the previous, the HTC One X. They are both running Android and they both have 4.7-inch displays, however they are pretty different otherwise.
HTC One X in Canada we have some good news today in the form of some Jelly Beans. After Rogers started pushing out the update earlier this month it's been confirmed that TELUS customers are getting the same treat. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is rolling out now for the HTC One X on TELUS. Now we're just wondering about AT&T stateside.
stated that we'd be seeing Android 4.1 Jelly Bean arrive for their flagship HTC One X and even the One S near the end of October. It looks like that only happened for a few One X owners in select regions, and the One S wasn't so lucky. This week however the One X Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update is rolling out globally.
HTC One X and are dying to check out the new and improved HTC One X+ we have good news. Expansys USA has just opened up pre-orders for the smartphone, even though it hasn't been set in stone when it will hit the US. AT&T has confirmed they'll be the exclusive carrier of the phone, but you might be able to snag one early.
HTC revealed its new flagship phone, the One X+, earlier today. Of course, we had heard about the incoming phone plenty of times before it was made official, but now we know for sure that it's on the way. HTC seems to have taken a lot of pride in the design of the One X+, today sharing a handful of design sketches to show the evolution of the phone as it went from concept to a finished product.
HTC announced an all new HTC One X+ smartphone -- at least on the inside. The new device is nearly identical to the AT&T version before it, only under the hood it has received a slew of enhancements to make it their new flagship device. After AT&T announced US exclusivity on the device, TELUS has confirmed it's coming to their network up in Canada.
HTC's top-end device goes in for a fettle and comes out as the HTC One X+, replete with a new processor and bigger battery. Now running NVIDIA's 1.7GHz Tegra 3 AP37 quadcore - for up to a 67-percent performance boost, HTC claims - and packing a 2,100 mAh battery for up to 6hrs more talktime, the One X+ keeps the aesthetic of its predecessor (which will, in fact, stay on sale alongside it as a more affordable option) but dresses it in a matte black finish with red touches and a new Beats Audio logo.