The highly-anticipated Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for HTC One is now seeding globally. The 400+MB update is rolling out to carrier-free HTC One devices across the world.
The latest Android version brings a host of improvements and changes to the Sense-d HTC One. They include enhanced launcher bar, quick settings, widget panel rearrangement, and Android Daydream mode. The status bar can finally show the battery percentage.
Furthermore, the Home key can now launch the options menu via a long press. Google Now can be accessed by swiping up from the Home button. BlinkFeed has been tweaked to support Instagram, and HTC Zoe has also been enhanced alongside with the camera's AF/AE performance.
There's a new lockscreen style too. Widgets can also be added to the lockscreen after the update.
If you are an HTC One owner who has installed the update, feel free to drop us a line with your experience in the comments section.