It seems that the international version of the HTC One X will finally be on the receiving end of the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update. Yes, this is the quad-core processor powered One X that lacks LTE connectivity, and you will have to bear in mind that not all models of this smartphone will receive the update simultaneously, so you will just have to be patient. HTC works this way – they will release their operating system updates by region using the handset’s CID (Customer ID) number. In a nutshell, handsets with a CID of htc_612, which are sold to carriers in Taiwan, ought to have started to receive the update since last Friday.
As for HTC One X units that carry a CID of htc_044, those ought to have received the update by today if they haven’t done so already. It was earlier in October that a version of Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean was leaked for the international HTC One X, and folks who gave that unofficial version a go claimed that it was extremely smooth like butter, achieving a Quadrant Benchmark test score of 7031 in the process.
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