HTC One X+ update rolling out in India; brings Android 4.2.2 and BlinkFeed

HTC One X+ update rolling out in India; brings Android 4.2.2 and BlinkFeed
After releasing the Android 4.2.2 update for the HTC One X and Butterfly, the Taiwanese handset maker is now rolling out the update for the HTC One X+ smartphone.

The Android 4.2.2 and HTC Sense 5.0 UI update for HTC One X+ will add some new goodies, like a new gallery, new camera apps, automatic video highlights, and improved battery endurance. The company has not revealed a precise changelog for the update, yet.

However, the update notification on the HTC One X+ reveals enhancements and bug fixes that include HTC BlinkFeed integration (first seen on the HTC One), improved battery endurance with new sleep mode switch, Quick settings panel (which can be accessed by a two-finger swipe down), some camera improvements (like a long tap on the camera UI screen that will now lock exposure and focus), and the video highlights feature (which allows users to opt from 12 kinds of music theme styles and easily make a quick 30 seconds video).


The new Android 4.2.2 update will bump-up the software build version to 2.18.707.5 from previous 1.17.707.2 found on HTC One X+ for India region. The update is 408.79MB in size and is being rolled out over-the-air (OTA) in India.

Earlier on Monday, it was reported that the HTC One X's Android 4.2.2 update was being released in India. Last week, the Taiwanese major also released an Android 4.2.2 update for HTC Butterfly which was again rolled out via over-the-air (OTA).

HTC seems to have been rolling out regular updates for its top of the line smartphones. An Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update for the HTC's flagship smartphone was also reportedly available over the air (OTA) for selective regions.

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Display 4.70-inch
Processor Nvidia Tegra 3
Front Camera 1.6-megapixel
Rear Camera 8-megapixel
Storage 64GB
Battery Capacity 2100mAh
OS Android 4.1
Resolution 720x1280 pixels

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