HTC UK has confirmed through its Twitter account that the 2012 flagship smartphone One X+ won't be receiving OS updates leaving the phone out of support after barely 14 months on the market.
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Finally, HTC has confirmed that Jellybean is coming to the One X and the One S sometime this month. Unsurprisingly, it'll have the latest version of HTC Sense 4 in tow.
Following hot on the heels of the HTC One X, released in Q1 2012, the company as now announced it's latest device, the creatively named One X+ but is it more than just a specification bump?
Another device has joined the nightly Cyanogenmod family, the International HTC One X, with the device set to receive new builds of Jellybean every day going forward.
HTC's rumoured upgrade to the One X Android smartphone, the One X+, has landed at the FCC, labelled as the PM63100, which has shown up in benchmark results as the HTC One X+ previously.
An XDA developer has tweeted purported specs of a HTC One X update, known as the HTC One X+. In the tweet he claims that the device will be powered by a Tegra 3+ 1.6GHz quad-core CPU.
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According to Australian network, Telstra, Jelly Bean updates are scheduled to hit the HTC One XL and the HTC One S models sometime in the near future. No dates have been confirmed as of yet.
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