HTC One XL, One S now "preparing" for Jelly Bean
You might be wondering where the flagship HTC One X is in Telstra’s list and of course its absence doesn’t mean it won’t get Jelly Bean, rather it means that it simply isn’t part of the Australian carrier’s portfolio under that name. That mysterious HTC One XL you probably haven't heard about is actually just the Australian version of the One X.
Anyway, this is good news for the two higher-end HTC Androids, but still not too far away from HTC’s previous statement that it is “excited” about bringing the new version of Android to the handsets. At least, if not certainty, this gives us more hope that the update will arrive sooner rather than later.
source: Telstra via Engadget
1. wendygarett posted on 19 Jul 2012, 02:44 4
F**k htc!! What about oneV!!!
I hope the update can attach together with the playstation certified, and i cant wait to taste next Sense UI, probably the modified google now which will be more conservative I hope.
Woof!! Woof!! Bark!!
13. ahhxd717 posted on 19 Jul 2012, 11:15 0
They're probs just focusing on the S4 processor first. Calm down girl :P
3. darktranquillity posted on 19 Jul 2012, 02:48 0
No sd slot and it is a no jelly bean for me.
5. wendygarett posted on 19 Jul 2012, 02:58 2
It is only your personal preference, nexus 7 has no sd slot with non removable battery too... still it is out sell well in US... most retail has sold out nexus 7 recently... does that mean no jellybean for you too??
4. preet27in posted on 19 Jul 2012, 02:53 1
hey heyyyy how bout one x??? come on htc bring ot soon
9. SonyFTW2020 posted on 19 Jul 2012, 03:28 3
SHIIIT the one s on jelly bean?? wonder what the bench marks gonna look like!!
11. davo2107 posted on 19 Jul 2012, 07:14 1
"That mysterious HTC One XL you probably haven't heard about is actually just the Australian version of the One X."
The One X (quad core) exists in Australia too. The one XL is just the LTE version, which is exactly the same as the One X for AT&T (dual core s4) in the USA except it uses 1800Mhz band for Telstra LTE and I believe there is a model that also uses 2600Mhz for parts of Europe.
14. Commentator posted on 19 Jul 2012, 11:50 0
Hopefully HTC will repurpose that useless "multitask button" into a menu button and remove that hideous black menu bar from the bottom of 99% of apps once and for all.
15. jove39 posted on 19 Jul 2012, 14:48 0
Just in time...last night I bricked my one x...after couple of hours...thought I am left with expensive paperweight...but finally managed to recover!
Bring Jellybean HTC...I am hungry for desert :)