Re: Word on Jellybean for HTC One X?
11-27-2012 12:32:57 PM
From what I have read online today, looks like we will be waiting until next year! REALLY AT&T? I'm so glad I bought a "flagship" device so that I can be treated like I bought a bottom of the barrel product. With the one x+ out and coming with jelly bean, I would say enough testing has been done on the update as it is essentially the same phone as the plain one x. The only difference I can see is you can make more money by forcing people to buy the new version instead of releasing an update. So here's to greed, I guess I'll just stick nexus products in the future.
The AT&T One X is actually completely different internal hardware from the X+. The X+ is actually based on the Tegra3 SoC (rather than the Snapdragon S4 on the AT&T version); and therefore more of an incremental upgrade to the international One X, rather than the AT&T version (which is really the One XL).
But agreed that AT&T takes too long to test new firmware. But we already knew that didn't we?