HTC One X users can now update their handset to a new version of Android that will bring a host of new features and improvements. However, the update in question is Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich rather than the sought after Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Before we grumble too much, let’s look at the positives. Available now, the upgrade will mean better memory, a more stable platform and an improved browsing experience with the introduction of a tab-switching button. 

The camera will also be improved with white balance enhancements and continuous auto-focus, while users who upgrade to Android 4.0.4 will notice tweaks to HTC’s Sense UI. Non-HTC apps such as Facebook will also be displayed better and Beats audio will be upgraded as and when updates becomes available. 

HTC is also expanding SDK support for its Media Link giving developers more to work with, while the HTC One X will also be able to support more video call applications.

Customers have been told that the HTC One X will eventually get an upgrade to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but with this latest "minor" update it seems we’ll be waiting a little longer yet.

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