HTC’s been hard at work, releasing updates for its current flagship, the One X. Apparently, the initial software had a lot of bugs, which were mostly related to lags and low battery backup.
HTC Inside is reporting that the Android 4.0.4 update is now being pushed out, along with a new version of Sense, v4.1. I’ve been reading up a couple of threads over at XDA Forums, and from what I’ve read, the update fixes the transition lag – the one which would be noticeable when you swipe across homescreens. It’s now at 60 FPS, or super smooth, in other terms. It also brings an updated (or should I say, an older?) notification bar, bringing back the “Quick Settings” tab from Sense 3.0.
Apart from those two bits, the update also improves (optimizes) browser performance, camera quality, and brings some EA games. Well worth it.
The update itself is worth 148 MB, so, unless you have a fast mobile data connection, it’s better to trust the good ol’ Wi-Fi.