HTC confirmed back in July that it will upgrade the One XL to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Fast forward to December, it seems the update has now hit the phone in several markets, U.S. not included.
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.
Everything Everywhere (EE), the carrier titan born from the unholy matrimony between Orange UK and T-Mobile UK, has been the first mobile operator in the region to launch its 4G LTE network, although its competitors are also going to get faster data networks soon.
While 4G LTE networks tend to be the standard in the United States, Europe is still only making baby steps in replacing 3G with the next generation of download and upload speeds. Things are starting to get a move on in the UK however, where EE (formerly known as Everything Everywhere) is planning to launch 4G LTE in time for the holidays.
HTC One X and One XL users should be happy to hear that the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update they’ve been longing for is getting closer and closer.
We have some excellent news for those of you who aren’t reluctant to flash custom ROMs on Android-based gadgets. The One Xl, One S and EVO 4G LTE have just been added to the list of devices supported by CyanogenMod10 nightly builds.
Although we are almost nine months since Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was released, the updating process on most high-end and mid-range devices has been frustratingly slow, to say the least.... Every major manufacturer still has at least a couple of important gadgets not officially running ICS, which is why most of us were surprised to see Jelly Bean released already.
As expected, the u...
While no Android OEM has been particularly good with upgrades, HTC has been one of the best manufacturers when it comes to rolling out the latest Android versions as quickly as possible and... on as many devices as possible.
The only other manufacturer that I can think of that may have been better than HTC is Asus, but Asus only has a few products on the market, and it started on th...
Seems like the Australian mobile carrier Telstra is beefing up its LTE-phone catalog.
Right after bringing in the HTC Titan 4G Windows phone, Telstra is now offering the HTC One XL... up for pre-order on its website. The One XL is the LTE version of the HTC One X, one of the best smartphone released this year, and some say (S3 fans, cover your ears), the absolute best.
The HTC One X has been selling briskly around the world, with the LTE version of the device just recently coming to the US with AT&T, with a variation of the device, the EVO 4G LTE going... on sale soon with Sprint. Of course, the phone would sell better if it weren’t for import bans. Anyway, it looks like the LTE version of the HTC flagship device will soon be ready for sale in Eu...