Perhaps one of the nicest looking Android smartphones released this year, the HTC One X, is rumored to be receiving Android 4.1, aka Jelly Bean, sometime in October. There may be a few strings attached to this rumor, 1.) we don’t know if this includes all models of the One X (both the U.S. and International) or just the International model first, and 2.) while HTC may finish the update in October, it still has to receive AT&T’s blessing before it’s rolled out to customers. Either way, I think it’s safe to say One X owners should be enjoying some delicious “Project Butter” before the year’s end.
This tip comes from MoDaCo, who also says that we may see the HTC One X+—which will come pre-installed with Jelly Bean—around the same time as the Android 4.1 update for the regular One X. HTC’s One X+ is rumored to come with a slightly beefed up 1.6GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor and a 1.7GHz companion core, which is a power saving core. On top of the new processor, HTC will be debuting Sense 4.5 on top of Jelly Bean.