HTC One X Gets Android ICS 4.04, With Jelly Bean Promised

Summary: The handset maker has started rolling out a tweaked version of its Sense UI and a minor update to the Ice Cream Sandwich OS, but promises that an upgrade to Jelly Bean is still on the cards.

HTC has started rolling out an update to HTC One X handsets that brings Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.04 as well as a tweaked version of the Sense interface to the phone.
A spokesperson for HTC verified the rollout would begin on Saturday in the UK, but that timings for other areas would differ.

"The main update will consist of an update to Android operating system edition 4.0.4 (Ice Lotion Sandwich), in addition to an enhanced Sense experience which will allow the ability to map selection features to the 'recent app' key — enhancing visible demonstration in non-ICS applications like Facebook or myspace — and enhance tab control in the web browser with a devoted tab-switching option," HTC said in a declaration.

Other improvements consist of enhanced white balance and a ongoing auto-focus function for the photographic camera as well as a single sign-on for Facebook or myspace across websites and applications. The company also said it introduced improvements to the Surpasses Sound application, but did not provide information of the improvements.

While the update might not be the Jam Vegetable update that owners were expecting for, a speaker for HTC verified that the Jam Vegetable 4.1 update is still organized for it.

"At this time, we can validate that we have plans to update our HTC One X, HTC One XL and HTC One S to Jam Vegetable," HTC said. "While our objective is to bring the newest application up-dates to as many of our newest gadgets as possible, we are devoted to keeping every cell phone's performance and functionality first."

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