The Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean as well as the Sense 5 update for the HTC One X+ has been in the offing for some time now and its seems the same for the AT&T version of the device could become a reality anytime soon.
Unfortunately, no one knows for sure just how soon except @LlabTooFeR that has been entertaining us with leaks and behind the scene stories, some often fairly accurate. @LlabTooFeR is claiming the update could get to see the light of day within just weeks though their proclamation stopped short of a firm release date or even a probable time frame. No doubt, the said update will bring a fresh lease of life to the yesteryear HTC flagship device.
Meanwhile, things are a lot better for users of the One X+ smartphone in Asia where the Android 2.2 and Sense 5 UI update has already been made available. However, the above is applicable to only the unlocked versions of the smartphone though the carriers versions too will be getting the update soon enough. The update will also be made available in Europe with French carrier SFR already having dropped enough hints of releasing the update soon.
The update brings along a host of features to the 2012 HTC flagship device, which includes the company’s news feed service Blinkfeed in the home screen. There will also be video highlights showsn automatically while the music app too will be updated. These comes on top of the usual Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean goodies which includes Daydreams, locked widgets, battery meter in the status bar along with new enhanced quick settings panel to name just a few.
Launched in 2012, the HTC One X+ used to be the Taiwanese company’s flagship device and came powered by a 1.5 GHz Quad core Nvidia Tegra 3 chip mated to a 1 GB RAM. The smartphone started out with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and came in 16 and 32 GB internal memory options. The device includes a 4.7 inches display having a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. That many pixels made for a quite healthy pixel density of 312 per inch.