The Android 4.2.2 update for the HTC One has arrived! HTC has not made any official announcements regarding the software update for its flagship Android phone, but multiple sources have confirmed that the OTA update is now available for the HTC One in Taiwan and for the dual-SIM variant in China. While the updates for the two devices are substantially different in size (465 MB for the original HTC One versus 175 MB for the dual-SIM version), they both seem to deliver the same new features.
Users who install the Android 4.2.2 update on their HTC One can expect to see a handful of new features, including lock screen widgets, home button customization (long press for menu, swipe up to launch Google Now), quick settings in the notification shade, advanced notifications, option to show battery percentage in the status bar, launcher bar enhancements, tweaks to BlinkFeed, improved HTC Zoe file management and six new video highlight themes.
HTC has not revealed any details regarding the HTC One’s Android 4.2.2 roll-out schedule, but we suspect it will hit a few more countries across Asia before it makes an appearance in Europe and North America.
What new Android 4.2.2 feature on the HTC One are you looking forward to the most?