HTC has promised its Jellybean (Android 4.1) update for its flagship One X series in October. Due to technical issues, only Taiwan users received in the update on time. The update turned out to be buggy and its worldwide release was held back. After a month’s lapse, South East Asia (SEA) received its update today. It required a small 1.25mb update before allowing the full 4.1 update to be downloaded and applied. The update promises the following general features as seen in the snapshot below:
The update was quick and required a few automatic reboots before being ready for use. Google Now and a retouched notifications panel are the most obvious visual changes. Obviously there are a lot more included in the update. A detailed look at Jelly Bean for the One X can be seen here. For those who want details about the updated software. The following screenshot should suffice:
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is a refinement of 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. I personally wasn’t too excited about this update. From the first few hours of usage, the experience has been good but not much more than I have already enjoyed on Ice Cream Sandwich. Nevertheless it is good to see HTC keeping its flagship updated.