Boost Mobile looks to have begun rolling out an update for the HTC One SV. This update will bring your handset up to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and is arriving with HTC Sense 4+. Boost Mobile has yet to post an official changelog for the update, however there are plenty of details that have been shared.
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Cricket Wireless was planning to launch the HTC One SV, and well, coming as we had expected -- the handset is now available for purchase. The release also comes with a bit of good news in terms of the price. Simply put, Cricket has the One SV priced a tad bit lower than originally stated.
Cricket Wireless has officially announced their latest smartphone offering, the HTC One SV. The handset will be available in a few weeks time, and as always, will be available as a contract-free device. The price does seem fair, however we do see at least one point that may keep the geeks from looking towards this device. More on that in a moment though.
One SV smartphone earlier in the week and at that time, the handset was announced for one market, the UK. And while we have yet to hear anything otherwise from HTC, a recently discovered FCC filing suggest that a US release may be in the works. Of course, as easy as it is to think that, an FCC filing does not guarantee a US release.
Jelly Bean and its various versions, it's understandable that a lot of Android users want to know when their handset will be getting an update. A few manufacturers have announced a Jelly Bean update schedule for their devices, but we haven't heard all that much from HTC on the matter. That all changed today, though HTC didn't have much to do with it - instead, it was oft-reliable Twitter leaker @Football4DPA, who has delivered a list of HTC devices that are scheduled to get updates to Jelly Bean.
HTC One SV, headed to the UK to bring a slab of stylish LTE to the midrange market. Fronted by a 4.3-inch WVGA display and running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with HTC Sense 4, the One SV will land on EE's 4G network as well as through other carriers in HSPA+ form.