HTC One X made its debut in India last month and it is now available for purchase for about Rs 32,000 ($575/€445) outright. Indian customers can grab either the 16GB or the 32GB models. However, the 32GB is a bit more expensive at Rs 35,000 ($630/€490).
The Taiwanese handset maker unveiled the One X at MWC 2012, back in February and unleashed it on the market in May.
Unfortunately, it took quite a lot of time for the smartphone to reach Indian shores. The smartphone was officially introduced in the country about a month ago, which is why its price hasn’t dropped yet.
For the time being, the One X
ships with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system out of the box, though HTC promised the smartphone would get a Jelly Bean upgrade soon.
True to its promise, the handset maker has just kicked off the rollout of the upgrade in India.
reports that the update is now pushed OTA (over the air), in waves. This means that not all HTC One X owners will receive it at the same time.
In this regard, those who have yet to be notified on the update can try and pull the update from HTC’s servers by themselves by going to Settings / About phone / Software updates / Check now.
The update should appear immediately, so simply follow the on-screen prompts to successfully download and install this Jelly Bean update
for HTC One X. Make sure you back up your personal data and that you’re connected to a stable Wi-Fi network.
Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean brings One X users lots of new goodies, such as the new HTC Sense 4+ UI, along with enhanced UI and better performance in camera. The update also improves the power management area and adds some bug fixes.