If you are an international HTC One X owner watching in slight jealousy, as the other Android handsets have already been upgraded to Android 4.0.4 build such as Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S and Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi, we’ve some good news for you now. HTC has officially announced that the manufacturer starts sending out Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the international and global version of the HTC One X handsets.
The latest firmware is also bringing the HTC Sense 4.1 UI goodies for the device, while the software version bumps up to 2.17.401.2. Here is the list of the changes that are coming along with the new Android 4.0.4 ICS build:
# Remapping of the ‘recent apps’ key to improve the looks of apps
# Optimizes the performance of the stock web browser
# Smoother homescreen animations
# Improved image quality of the camera – Continuous autofocus and some white balance adjustments
# Updated notification bar with old "Quick Settings" tab from Sense 3.0
# New Single Sign-on for Facebook
# Upgrades to Beats Audio
# Improved tab management in the browser with a dedicated tab switching button
# Expanded support for HTC MediaLink in the OpenSense SDK (for developers)
The latest firmware OTA update weighs in 148MB of size and you can see Android 4.0.4 ICS running Germany based HTC One X’s screenshots in the below image. The update should be also available soon in the other regions. If you are yet to receive a notification on your handset, you can try to pull the update by hitting Settings > About phone > Software update and you’ll be running 4.0.4 in no time, if it is available in your region.