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An unconfirmed report is claiming that the HTC One X’s update to Android 4.2.2 in June will be the last it gets, meaning that it won’t receive Key Lime Pie.
With the imminent arrival of the HTC One, the prices of the company’s 2012 flagship devices, the HTC One X and the One X+, have been slashed.
Facebook Home will be available to Galaxy S4, S3, Note 2, HTC One and One X owners initially, and it will launch in the Google Play Store on April 12.
The HTC One X is now rumored to receive its Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update complete with Sense 5 on top at some point in June/July.
Unlike movies and books, in real life Goliath (Samsung) has already triumphed over David (HTC) and will continue to do so. The question is why?
One X owners have been relegated to Ice Cream Sandwich since purchasing the device, first available in April of last year. Jelly Bean was first released to the public about 3 months later, putting the HTC One X almost immediately behind. Ice Cream Sandwich is good, but Jelly Bean is great, and HTC One X owners are about to get a taste.
The HTC Sense 5 wallpapers are now available for download online, and they can all be downloaded here.
Rogers put up its HTC One for pre-order on Wednesday and then announced that the device will cost $149.99 on a new three-year contract.
If you’re wondering whether Sense 5 will make it to other HTC phones, we’re hearing from HTC that it’ll be bringing the new UI to select devices.