The HTC One Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update may be released soon, according to a tweet posted by a HTC Russia executive.
Andrey Kormiltsev said on Twitter that the update is planned for a mid-June launch, when it will be pushed out over-the-air (OTA). Other details have not revealed at this time.
While you wait for Android 4.2.2 to come out, you may want to check out the video below that shows us some of the new features coming to the One. Keep in mind though, that the device in the video runs an unofficial version of Android 4.2.2 with Sense 5 UI on top.
According to the clip, some of the new Android 4.2.2 features for the HTC One include setting up a battery percentage indicator in the status bar, fast access to quick settings, support for mapping the home key to the menu button (swiping up gets you to Google Now), Daydream, and updates to the app drawer and BlinkFeed.
A few days ago we’ve seen the first screenshots showing new Android 4.2.2 features running on the handset.
In case you don’t want to wait a few more days to get the real deal, you can always go to xda-developers and obtain your Android 4.2.2 fix for the HTC One right away, although we’ll advise caution when installing unofficial ROMs.