According to the latest software updates schedule that Telus has posted online, the HTC One S, the Samsung Galaxy S2 X 4G and the Galaxy Note will all get upgraded to Jelly Bean soon.
We’ve already seen a bevy of leaks concerning the HTC M7, but there’s one issue that is a bit controversial – the display technology.
If you’ve been waiting for Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean on your HTC One S, you might be able to try it out very soon. You’ll just need a little luck on your side.
Despite being so open to the media about its plans to update devices to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (at first), HTC is still struggling to make good on its word.
We’ve told you about the last ever deal that T-Mobile is offering for its subsidized smartphones. This is just a friendly reminder for the awesome phones that are up for grabs for $0, in case you missed the first one.
Back in September, those who rock the HTC One S received an incremental software update from T-Mobile, which saw their handset moving up to Android 4.0.4. While you’re not going to get Jelly Bean this year, the carrier is now pushing out a new update to your phone.
It’s been a while since the last time HTC officially tackled the “Jelly Bean situation”, and, with only one phone being currently upgraded (and rather slowly), you can say things aren’t looking good for people still on ICS.
Trust T-Mobile to reveal its Black Friday promotion in the 11th hour, but at least the details are now here for folks who have been waiting to see what crazy hot deals the carrier has up its sleeve. Can you say cheaper Galaxy Note 2?
We may not be getting an HTC One S with a plus sign anytime soon, but a special white edition of the phone with 64GB onboard storage has recently been hinted to come. If you’ve been dreaming about the all-white HTC One S ever since, you’ll be happy to hear that the phone is now available for purchase… in Taiwan.
We’ve known for a while now that HTC planned on upgrading several of its higher-end smartphones to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, such as the HTC One X and HTC One S. What we didn’t know was the fate of quite a few entry and mid-range devices. Now we have some new information about which HTC smartphones might be left out of the update, thanks to a new Jelly Bean FAQ page.