The arrival of Android 4.1 edged a bit closer for UK-based HTC One X owners today, as it emerged that the latest version of Google’s OS is currently being rolled out across Europe.
According to Android Central, the Jelly Bean iteration of Google’s OS is being pushed out to unlocked, SIM-free editions of HTC’s current flagship phone as an over-the-air update now.
That means an upgrade for One X owners who bought their handset on a contract shouldn’t now be too far away – provided carriers don’t drag their heels over compatibility tests, that is.
Features Android 4.1 brings to the One X include the Google Now voice-cum-intelligent-search app, a revamped notifications bar and a slew of performance optimisations for a smoother smartphone experience.
Users can also look forward to the newest version of HTC’s custom skin, Sense 4+, which is slathered over the top of Jelly Bean. This brings everything from better battery life to a password-protected inbox for text messages.
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