The Samsung Galaxy S4 has always been in close competition with the HTC One of the Android smartphone family. The HTC One Android operating system has a bit of catching up to do, and more interestingly, it also appears it is unknown at this point when the 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update will arrive.
The maker of the Android HTC One has promised updates will be completed soon after it is available to consumers. However there has not been an exact date set.
Spokesperson for the company confidently announced the new software will start to become available close to the fifteenth day of June, which has come and gone. The day passing with no indication of an update was no big deal, but a United Kingdom servicer has complicated everything when making an unexpected comment on the expected update.
The notorious Three UK announced on Twitter yesterday that the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update had been cancelled by HTC. They also stated that there was not a scheduled release date for the firmware to arrive on the market and be available to consumer that bought HTC One deals.
The comment on Twitter was apparently withdrawn and deleted by Three UK. There were no signs of the remark on Twitter. HTC has continued to promise that the update is soon coming any day now and that consumers will just have to wait for it to appear.
Verizon Wireless has also had to deal with rumors that their version of the HTC One was being delayed so the device can have the later version of the Jelly Bean installed prior to release. The Google Edition of the HTC One is set to hit the market next week and has reported everything is on time with their HTC having the Android 4.2 firmware installed on the device upon release. Considering this, there are good vibes that the other servicers of the HTC One will have their promised firmware ready next week also.