Sunday, October 7, 2012

Preview: HTC One X running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and Sense 4+

Got a Rogers or TELUS HTC One X and excited to see what HTC has in store for an upgrade to Jelly Bean? We have your fix right here, as XDA developers member abo_mara7 has posted up a plethora of screenshots from what looks like a final leaked firmware for the international HTC One X. Check out the pics after the break to see what One X (and One S) users will have in store.

Google Now:

Antutu/Quadrant Benchmark Score:

Improved Battery Usage Information:

Modified Applications Launcher:

Lockescreen removal option:

Camera Improvements;

Music Player:

New themes:

Web based backup of phone personalizations:

Modified Media Link setup:

USB On The Go support for USB devices:

Gallery Changes:

New Sense Keyboard:

New look App Info and Setting menu:

Power Saver Options:

Software Info:


So as you can see, the Jelly Bean update for the One X will be bringing a whole bunch of changes that include Android 4.1 goodies like Project Butter and Google Now, as well as HTC improvements like the improved Camera UI, Improved Picture Gallery, etc.

We have to remind you that this is a leaked ROM for the international One X, so chances are the Rogers and TELUS versions will take be farther down the road, which is disappointing. But Still it's good to see a preview of what's in store for those who own a One X or One S.

Source: XDA Forums

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