A month ago HTC launched the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update for the One X in Asia and now it is coming in several countries in Europe, Latin America and Africa.
The update has already begun to reach the One X free (international version CID_038 and CID_044) of India, Argentina, Dominican Republic, Peru, Brazil, Russia, the UK, Sri Lanka, South Africa and several other countries around the world through over the air (OTA). If the update is available in your region, you should get a message with the option to upgrade, but you can check it manually by going to Settings -> About phone -> Software Updates -> Check.
According to reports from users, you first need to download a small archive of 1.6 MB to update the software to version 3.14.707.24 and then the Jelly Bean update that weighs 364MB, which means you must ensure you have a good internet connection and a good battery level.
Among the improvements brought by Android 4.1.1 to the HTC One X highlights the new interface Sense 4 +, best camera operation, new landing page in the gallery as well as better battery management and better overall performance of the device.
As mentioned earlier by the time the update is only coming to free devices, so if you have a contract with an operator will have to wait a while longer.
Were you able to update your One X? What changes do you notice? Please leave me your experiences in the comments.