HTC has begun rolling out the Android 4.2.2 update for the One X+, the enhanced version of the company’s yesteryear flagship, bringing a laundry list of new features along with the latest iteration of the Sense UI.
There’s the new BlinkFeed homescreen that debuted on the HTC One, Video Highlights for creating 30 second clips from gallery images, ability to lock focus in the camera viewfinder with a long press. Battery improvements are reportedly included as well, with the option to show the battery percentage in the status bar. The music player has been updated with support for live lyrics and visualization.
Apart from the new HTC-specific features, Android 4.2.2 will add lockscreen widgets, a quick settings panel in the status bar, improved accessibility with features such as triple-tap to magnify the entire screen and Gesture Mode navigation for blind users, performance enhancements, support for wireless displays, and more.
The 484MB update should be hitting your device soon, though since these are always staged rollouts, it could be a few days before you see a notification pop up on your phone. Don’t forget to force a check through the Settings » About phone » Software update menu or from HTC’s Sync Manager program on PC.
Anyone received the update yet?