HTC has launched an FAQ page that details its Android 4.1 Jelly Bean plans. Though it stops short of listing specific device upgrade dates, it page spells out some of the factors that determine which models will make the cut.
It should come as no surprise that HTC will give priority to recent models such as the One X and One S. As far as other devices, though, the company is "actively reviewing" its portfolio of handsets.
To that end, HTC already has shut the door on two models, the One V and the Desire C. The reason? Android 4.1 needs more than 512MB of RAM to deliver the best experience.
That's disappointing, but HTC should be applauded for its transparency. Yes, that will leave plenty of angry users with handsets that have yet to celebrate its first birthday, but HTC promises to support the One V, Desire C, and other models like them with bug fixes and software improvements.