After pushing the Android 4.2.2 update for HTC One in their home country, HTC is finally rolling out the Android update for the One worldwide. The update is for the carrier unlocked version of the phone and is 400MB+ in size.
As for the changes with the update, they’re the same as the Taiwanese version of the phone received last week. Here’s the official changelog:
- 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
Other changes not mentioned above include the ability to share screenshots instantly, Instagram integration in Blinkfeed and the removal of the black bar at the bottom of the screen with menu button. Ofcourse, there are several other bug fixes and performance tweaks onboard as well. It’ll be interesting to see how the phone fares in benchmark tests with the upgrade.
The update is available both over the air. If you’ve updated your phone already, do let us know any other changes that you notice. If the update isn’t available in your region yet, keep a little patience as it shouldn’t be long now. Now if only HTC could upgrade some of their other recent models with Jelly Bean, perhaps things might improve for the company next quarter.