Australian carrier Telstra let it slip that HTC is working on an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for at least two of the One series smartphones - the One XL and the One S (those are the two Snapdragon S4-based One droids).
Owners of the Tegra 3-based One X shouldn't worry - Telstra Australia carries only the XL version, so they wouldn't list update info on the One X anyway.
The info on the carrier's site is pretty scarce - HTC is preparing the update but even Telstra doesn’t know when it will get it. And when they do get it, they'll put the update through a testing phase before pushing it out to its users.
You can keep an eye on this page for any updates on the release date of Android Jelly Bean for the HTC One XL and One S.
There still isn't an official roadmap from HTC that details which phones will get Android 4.1 and when. As for the unofficial channels, the XDA-Developers community efforts are already showing results.
My sweet sweet patrick, If by flagship you mean the little dingy boat that follows the fleet, then yes, the Nexus is Telstras Android Flagship. The Nexus has been running Jelly Bean for over a month in Oz. I am not sure where you get your informati...
@davide All HTC phones tha are able to hold ICS has been updated. your phone must be S***. and this Jelly Bean is just a sofeware update from ICs. how do i know this?? im a HTC rep.
ya that's a right this phone is a very nice.