Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean for HTC One coming in mid-June
After finally putting the production issues behind it, the HTC flagship managed to gain some serious momentum in the market and the Taiwanese are willing to do everything in their powers to build on it. The company has committed to taking good care of the smartphone and it's now about to release the first major update for the One.
Andrey Kormiltsev, the Head of HTC Russia, has confirmed the development of the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for HTC One is almost complete now. According to his tweet the release will start seeding in mid-June, which is just a couple of weeks away now.
He also wrote the 4.2.2 update will become available over-the-air.
There is still no official changelog for the 4.2.2 update on the HTC One, but we already managed to get a glimpse of it thanks to a bunch of leaked screenshots.
The HTC One is expected to get the extended quick settings menus, as well as a new percentage battery level indicator. We also look forward to seeing Android daydream and the ability to remove the docked with the update. There's also ability to long press the home button for menu settings and hopefully some other cool tricks, which we are yet to find out.