The HTC One Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update apparently has rolled out for some devices, specifically the dual-SIM variant in China, and thanks to that small roll out, we now have a full change log for the update and a sign that the Android 4.2.2. roll out for the international HTC One should be just around the corner, possibly today.
For weeks now, the HTC One Android 4.2 Jelly Bean update has dominated Android news as owners of the flagship device wait for HTC to roll out the latest version of Android to their device. The update has seen a number of significant developments including rumored release dates and timing with two carriers revealing that they expect the update sometime in July.
However, the update itself had yet to roll out, that is, until today when noted HTC leakster @LlabTooFeR revealed that the dual-SIM HTC One on China Unicom started to receive its update. It’s unclear right now just how widespread the update is or if it has hit tons of people but it looks like the update has indeed landed for at least one owner of this variant.
The roll out has produced a change log for the update as well which shows what HTC One owners can expect from HTC’s Android 4.2 Jelly Bean update. The changes are fairly substantial and should please those that have waited patiently for the software to arrive, assuming it doesn’t bring any big time bugs along with it.
What’s more is that @LLabTooFeR says that the international HTC One Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update could roll out at any time, even today. And given the emergence of the update in China, that could definitely hold up. Whatever the case may be, the roll out appears to be close and could very well be touching down soon.
HTC tends to stagger its roll outs, meaning, some regions get it before others. After the unbranded models get the software, carrier models then get it and thus far, carriers have suggested that they will be rolling out the software in July.
American carriers still haven’t made their plans known but since they are typically last to software, there is no telling if they will roll out Android 4.2 Jelly Bean to the HTC One in July or not.
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