Following Monday’s announcement that AT&T had completed technical acceptance testing for the HTC One X’s Android 4.2.2 software build, we have received word that the update is now being pushed to handset owners across the country. Android 4.2.2 may not be the latest and greatest version of Android, but HTC’s update for the One X is accompanied by Sense 5 and quite a few new features.
Once the Android 4.2.2 with HTC Sense 5 update is installed on the One X, users will be treated to new user interface, gallery, video highlights, BlinkFeed, quick settings in the notification shade, auto focus lock, battery percentage display, daydream and much more. Due to hardware limitations, the One X update does not include HTC Zoe, a feature that captures images and video at the same time.
AT&T is pushing out the Android 4.2.2 update to the One X in waves, but you can always try pinging the update servers manually by going to Settings > AT&T software update > Check for updates > OK. Once you get acquainted with the update and HTC Sense 5, let us know what new features you enjoy the most.