HTC One SV Jelly Bean Update – What Should You Expect
The HTC One SV has been released, back in December, in certain regions such as UK, and at the beginning of the year -in January- Cricket Wireless has also gained an interest in the handset, giving One SV enthusiasts in the US the chance to own the gadget in question, for the price of $349.99.
The One SV arrived with a decent set of specs, although it seemed like a downgrade from the original One S, something that was somewhat surprising. Also, much like the S, the HTC One SV has been released with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box, but unlike with One S that got released about a year ago, HTC had no excuse for not launching HTC One SV with Jelly Bean preinstalled.
Fortunately though, if you do happen to own the One SV, it seems that the Android 4.1 update is finally closing in. Join us after the break and we’ll tell you what you can expect.
HTC One SV Jelly Bean (Android 4.1)
Right folks, so here’s the deal. Reports coming from France have recently suggested that the Android 4.1.2 update is now being rolled-out on the HTC One SV, bringing along a handful of new features and improvements, such as Project Butter, Google Now and the new Sense 4+ user interface.
Allegedly, this 387 MB update also seems to improve performance of the HTC One SV by a whole lot, and judging by a couple of leaked screenshots, the SV seems to yield roughly 1,000 points more in both Quadrant and AnTuTu.
Nevertheless, since HTC hasn’t made any announcements regarding the HTC One SV Jelly Bean update, we suggest that you do take all this information with a grain of salt. Perhaps someone’s playing a prank and there’s no need to get all overexcited until we get more concrete information regarding the matter. Stay tuned and we’ll keep you posted.
Thanks Phone Arena for the heads-up regarding the HTC One SV Jelly Bean update.