The HTC One, the hottest selling smartphone of the season is all ready to get the Android 4.2.2 update. Following the update for the Taiwanese market, the 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for HTC One has finally started rolling in the Indian market from this week. The update on the handset is available over-the-air now and if you are an HTC One user you will get an automatic notification as soon as the update is ready for your device.
The upgrade will provide the users lots of improvements along with bug fixes. It is set to include a new Lock screen style widget, Home button options to make navigation menu bar removable, and more.
The Launcher bar has been enhanced, along with the Home button behaviour. It also adds battery percentage in the notification bar and there’s a new Zoe file format for better file management. The update also adds a new swipe up Home button for launching Google Now, Google’s voice driven intelligent assistant.
To check if the update is available for download, simply go to About / Software Updates / Check for Updates.
As other Android updates, you will receive a smaller 1.47MB update first, which will make your HTC One ready for the final Android 4.2.2. As soon as you complete the first update, the actual Android 4.2.2 update will be ready for the final update.
Below are the updates that you are to get over the previous version
- Launcher bar enhancements
- Lock-screen widgets
- Home button options
- New quick settings panel in notification shade
- Battery level in status bar
- Gallery app improvements
- AE/AF enhancements in the camera
- New Zoe file format
- Video highlights
- Widget panel rearrangement
- Music Channel: Seek, Fast forward, rewind functions added
To those who are still thinking over buying the HTC One, here are the key technical specifications of the phone:
- 4.7″ full HD display.
- 1.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor.
- Ultra Pixel primary camera, followed by a 2.1 MP front snapper.
- 2 GB RAM.
- 32 GB internal storage.
- 2300 mAh Li-Polymer battery.
Have you updated your HTC One to the latest Android version yet? if yes, let us know in the comments section below.