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HTC to begin Android 4.1 rollout for HTC One X/XL in October?

HTC to begin Android 4.1 rollout for HTC One X/XL in October?

We have not year seen any leaked Android 4.1 builds for the HTC One X or One XL (AT&T’s HTC One X), but that doesn’t mean much. According to Paul O’Brien from MoDaCo, HTC will start pushing out the Jelly Bean update to its unlocked devices starting in October and plans to have the software update pushed out to all variants of the handsets (that includes carrier branded phones) before Christmas.

According to Google, HTC and other OEMs have had their hands on the Android 4.1 PDK since before the software was unveiled in late June.  As of now, there’s no word on when the HTC One S will be getting its Android 4.1 update. Since the HTC One XL and HTC One S share many of the same internal components, we’re hoping the software update for the One S will show up a few weeks after the One X updates are under way.

As soon as we get more news regarding HTC’s Android 4.1 roll-out plans, we’ll be sure to let you know.

 

About Nick Gray

Tech enthusiast, Android user and founder of the first HTC blog – Nick Gray has been blogging about HTC phones before most people knew what a smartphone even was. Over the years Nick has owned and tested dozens HTC devices and is constantly flashing new ROMs to his Android phones.

  • Kevin WM

    Any chance of the HTC Sensation 4g w/ tmobile to get jellybean?

  • DonIsGood

    Sounds great but I think I will still wait for the rumoured One X+ or whatever 5″ HTC has planned before I upgrade from my humble (and ISC laggy) Incredible S

  • Mats

    Not a day too soon. Glad I gave up carrier branded phones long ago.

  • NinoBrown

    Why is the One S always getting neglected. It’s right up there with the top phones available. The US model still hasn’t even received 4.0.4.

    • http://htcsource.com Nick Gray

      No one is saying that the One S is being neglected. This new information is strictly regarding the HTC One X. The source most likely did not have any details regarding the One S, but that does not the update is not being worked on.

      • NinoBrown

        Sorry, let me clarify. I’m not referring to this article or this site. I meant the One S, generally speaking, seems to get the short stick in comparison to the One X with support, from HTC all the way down to the Modding community.

  • NinoBrown

    Why is the One S always getting neglected. It’s right up there with the top phones available. The US model still hasn’t even received 4.0.4.