For those who might be a little bit confused when it comes to the HTC One X, here is the skinny on it – the international version of this particular smartphone will be accompanied by a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, but one thing that is sorely missing from it would be the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system update. However, all of that is going to change in the future as courtesy of the HTC One X+’s recent release which is said to roll out with Android 4.1.1 on board, the folks over at XDA have managed to churn out custom ROMs that are made available for the different variants of the Tegra 3 HTC One X with Android 4.1 at the forefront.
Folks who have performed the update on their respective HTC One X have sung nothing but praises for the device, claiming that it has made the smartphone “blazing fast”, while offering a speedier app launcher as well as smoother home screen transitions. Just be careful with such unsanctioned, unofficial updates if you are not quite sure what to do, as you might end up bricking your device.
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