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Jelly Bean on the HTC One X?

When will HTC release Jelly Bean for the HTC One X?

Most Useful Answer Pondlife  Aug. 7, 2012 at 22:22

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matt101101 / MOD  Aug. 7, 2012 at 19:59

I think it's been confirmed that they will, yes.

Pondlife  Aug. 7, 2012 at 22:22

blizzard7  Aug. 12, 2012 at 11:20

Don't be surprised if you're waiting for a long time... That's what I've learnt about HTC's updating patterns anyway.

mkara  Aug. 30, 2012 at 14:52

Don't be surprised if you're waiting for a long time... That's what I've learnt about HTC's updating patterns anyway.

Indeed that's true, But it's to make it compatible with their HTC sense UI, which is AMAZING!!

matt101101 / MOD  Aug. 30, 2012 at 15:18

Don't be surprised if you're waiting for a long time... That's what I've learnt about HTC's updating patterns anyway.

Indeed that's true, But it's to make it compatible with their HTC sense UI, which is AMAZING!!

No, it's not. It's resource hungry and Android no longer needs a pretty, custom UI to make it attractive to average consumers. If HTC ditched everything about Sense, bar the clock/weather widget, and had otherwise stock Android on their devices, they'd be much better received and rated.

Pondlife  Aug. 30, 2012 at 15:23

Is odd to think that something that would cost nothing to implement whilst they are undoubtedly struggling hasn't been tried by them on one of their phones.

matt101101 / MOD  Aug. 30, 2012 at 15:33

Is odd to think that something that would cost nothing to implement whilst they are undoubtedly struggling hasn't been tried by them on one of their phones.
I'm beginning to think that HTC's management are nearly as incompetent as Nokia's.

As soon as HTC had any real competition in the Android market, their products suddenly began to look worse and worse. The Desire was, by technical specification, worse than the Galaxy S, but the Galaxy S was ridden with software bugs and back then TouchWiz was even uglier, saving the Desire's butt. It also helped that HTC were basing the Desire on the Nexus One, a device which Google themselves played a large part in designing. As soon as Samsung got their act together with the S2, HTC didn't stand a chance.

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