Users of the HTC One X+ received bad news recently when it was announced that the smartphone will not get software support beyond Android 4.2. This was largely due to the chipset used in the smartphone (NVIDIA Tegra 3) and not a lot to do with HTC, but it was obvious that people were blaming HTC for the whole issue. HTC is now reporting that the last of the updates will arrive later this week on the AT&T variant of the One X+.
According to a tweet sent out by an HTC executive, the update has received technical acceptance from AT&T and that it should start making its way to devices later this week. This update will also bring Sense 5 to the mix which should be a nice change from the stock Sense 4 UI on the Android 4.1 running HTC One X+. This is probably the last major Android update the smartphone is going to see, so if you still own the One X+, make sure you check for an update later this week. HTC will only start seeding the update later this week, so don’t be surprised if you don’t see a notification pop up immediately.
Source: @moversi – Twitter
Via: Android Community