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One S and One X to get Jelly Bean updates this month

HTC has announced a new Android smartphone called the HTC One X+, which is a refreshed version of HTC's original One X smartphone. The One X+ uses HTC Sense 4+ and runs the Android Jelly Bean operating system. 
 
The smartphone uses a 1.7 GHz quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and has 64 GB of internal storage. The smartphone also supports LTE networks and uses a 2100 mAh battery promising up to six hours of use.
 
The One X+ has Beats Audio for “better” sound quality and HTC Watch 2.0 streaming. The phone also gets HTC Get Started, which is a new web service that guides the user through the setup and personalization using a desktop web browser.

 
The One X+ will be available in Europe and North Asia starting in October with a launch in South Asian in November. The smartphone will be coming to North America at an undisclosed date.
 
In other news, HTC notes that the Jelly Bean with HTC Sense 4+ update will come to the HTC One S and One X in October. Carrier branded versions of the One S and One X smartphones will probably not get this update until later because of carrier testing and tweaking. 

Sources: HTC, Engadget [1], [2]



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HTC your problem in Sense
By cknobman on 10/2/2012 10:10:32 AM , Rating: 2
HTC you wont be gaining any major market share as long as you insist on putting Sense in every Android phone.

As a owner of 3 HTC phones I have grown frustrated and tired of Sense as its very bloated and slow. Maybe it has improved in newer versions, I dont know (I own an original Evo and 2 Evo designs) but the reputation Sense has now people are instantly turned off by HTC android phones.

Until you get rid of Sense I dont know a single HTC user that is willing to buy another HTC phone (besides myself I know a few other people with EVO 3D and after ICS and the new sense their phones actually got slower and choppier than before).




RE: HTC your problem in Sense
By sgw2n5 on 10/2/2012 11:32:42 AM , Rating: 2
The HTC one X runs Sense silky smooth (ICS). Very fast, and very responsive... but this is my first HTC device, I haven't used any older models.

Overall, I am very pleased with oneX. My only gripe is that it does not have microSD, but I probably wouldn't use it that much anyway because I just wirelessly connect to my home or work network and drag/drop stuff there(or just use dropbox).

I think I will stick with HTC for the next device


RE: HTC your problem in Sense
By bug77 on 10/2/2012 11:57:08 AM , Rating: 2
Eh, just wait until Key Lime Pie is out and about one year later you're still waiting for the One X update from HTC...


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