Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is finally making its way to the HTC One X. The software is currently reaching international handsets in countries around the globe, including India, Argentina, Russia, Dominican Republic, Peru, Brazil, Sri Lanka, and the United Kingdom.
Phandroid reports that the package weighs in at 364.54MB, and it’s coming over-the-air. In addition to the general improvements Jelly Bean brings — such as Google Now and Project Butter — this update introduces HTC’s latest Sense 4+ user interface, which first made its debut on the HTC One X+.
The updates also promises the following:
– Enhanced UI with better performance in Camera
– New landing page and Event/Map view in Gallery
– Power management improvement
Hopefully, that final improvement means your One X’s battery life should be a little better.
For those of you in the United States, we’re expecting this update to make its way to AT&T handsets soon, but it will have to endure the customary carrier testing phase first. Hopefully, you won’t be waiting too long to get your hands on it.
Are you looking forward to getting Jelly Bean on your HTC One X?