HTC rolls out Android 4.1 update for One X globally

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HTC rolls out Android 4.1 update for One X globally
HTC has started rolling out the Android 4.1 update for One X for users across the globe.

Users in India and other parts of Asia were among the first to receive the update over the weekend and Monday the update started popping up for users across other regions as well. If you have not already received the over-the-air update notification, you can try to manually check for an update by going to Settings > About > Software updates >Check now.

According to reports, the Android 4.1 update for HTC One X, which includes the HTC Sense 4+ UI, is being pushed out in two separate parts. The first file is around 1.5 MB in size, while the main Jelly Bean update is around 360 MB.

Back in July, HTC had announced plans to release Android 4.1 update for its One X and One S smartphones. While the Android 4.1 update for HTC One X is finally here, there's no sign of the HTC One S update.

HTC One X and One S smartphones where announced at this year's Mobile World Congress in February. The HTC One X (Review | Pictures) comes with a 4.7-inch 1280x720 display and is powered by a  1.5 GHz quad-core processor with 1GB of RAM. It features a 8-megapixel rear shooter with a 1.4-megapixel front camera. The phone comes with 32GB of non-expandable storage and a 1800 mAh non user-replaceable battery.

The HTC One S (Review | Pictures) is powered by a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 processor with 1GB RAM and sports a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touch display with qHD resolution and a pixel density of 256ppi. It runs on Android 4.0, has 1GB RAM and 16GB of in-built storage (non-expandable).There's an 8-megapixel autofocus camera at the rear with LED flash that can captures videos in 1080p at 30fps. There's a front facing VGA camera as well and a 1650mAh Li-Po battery.

HTC One X in pictures

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