HTC says the One X and One S will receive the anticipated update between mid-October and December. That's not the most precise schedule we've ever heard, but it's good to know the update is en route.
Unfortunately it looks like Samsung will beat HTC to the punch this time -- the Samsung Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean update has already kicked off in some parts of Europe, .
There's currently no word regarding a Jelly Bean update for the smaller Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich -- we noticed it was occasionally sluggish to use, so it might be that its hardware isn't up to running the refreshed operating system.. HTC may decide to leave this more wallet-friendly option running
I've been hands-on with Jelly Bean on an HTC phone, and while the new features are buried beneath the company's Sense Android skin, you'll appreciate new apps such as Google Now.
HTC doesn't have a great track record when it comes to updates, and back in Julythe Ice Cream Sandwich update for its popular smart phone. I'll be looking to see how close to that mid-October date HTC can get Jelly Bean out to its new crop of mobiles.
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