We’ve received an official statement from HTC regarding the Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean” update for the HTC One XL, One X and One S. No other devices are mentioned by name, however there’s nothing to say there aren’t more updates planned for existing devices such as the One V.

β€œWe know HTC fans are excited to get their hands on Google’s latest version of Android. At this point in time, we can confirm that we have plans to upgrade our HTC One X, HTC One XL and HTC One S to Jelly Bean. Please stay tuned for more updates regarding device upgrades, timing and other details about HTC and Jelly Bean.”

So the update will be happening across all carriers, not just Telstra — they were just the first carrier to announce it. We’ll keep you updated with timelines and such whenever HTC decides to release that information. Are you excited, One X(L) and One S owners?

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TT
TT
8 years ago

although htc is working on the update for htc one series, it will take vodafail long time to update one x to jelly bean. I guess I can update my phone until October. (iOS6 is release at that time)

Chris Spencer.
8 years ago

Someone needs to issue Vodafone another challenge….

J3d11
J3d11
8 years ago

Great news, Jelly Bean goodness to the HTC One XL. Now for the Telstra roll out….

mondy
mondy
8 years ago

Difference between the one x and one XL?

J3d11
J3d11
Reply to  mondy
8 years ago

XL is 4G – hence the L for LTE. Also, the XL is dual core, as opposed to the Quad Core X. Something to do with 4G modem not working well with the quad core chipset.

Ricky Hoffmann
8 years ago

Can’t wait for some JB action!

Tony
Tony
8 years ago

no words on Sensation?

Buzz Moody
Reply to  Tony
8 years ago

None πŸ™

Greg
8 years ago

I’m definitely existed…

Buzz Moody
Reply to  Greg
8 years ago

So existed!

Greg
Reply to  Buzz Moody
8 years ago

these two comments will be bizarre now they’re out of context. But seriously I am looking forward to JB, wondering if Telstra can compete with the custom ROM developers….

Buzz Moody
Reply to  Greg
8 years ago

Haha, yes. Thanks for pointing it out though πŸ™‚

Telstra & HTC can’t and won’t compete with custom ROM devs.

Jorge Branco
Reply to  Greg
8 years ago

I would be excited if I hadn’t already realised that my one xl actually kinda sucks. I should have bought a galaxy nexus, waited till the new nexus came out and then sold it. 4G isn’t worth sense’s horrible multi-tasking and shitty skin. Can anyone recommend me a good, fully-working, AOSP-based ROM? And does a ROM change fix the multi-tasking or is that at the kernel level?

Mantenner
Mantenner
Reply to  Jorge Branco
8 years ago

try the cm10 rom, very nice

Bruce Langborne
8 years ago

Can’t wait