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The Android 4.1.1, JellyBean update for the HTC One S is finally available for T-Mobile customers.
The upgrade was finally rolled out and brings the smartphone up to date around four months after the over-the-air update was issued to most customers.
Android 4.1.1, JellyBean officially starting rolling out for the HTC One S back in December of last year and is currently available for the international version of the smartphone.
The HTC One X and One S were the predecessors to this year's well-received HTC One flagship device.
The HTC One unlocked version became available for pre-order earlier this month and at first there was some concern that the company would not be able to meet the demand.
The HTC One was originally due out over a month ago. The company had hoped to beat the Galaxy S4 to the market; however, due to issues with camera components, their releases were brought much closer together.
The smartphone features an all-metal unibody. It also sets a new standard for specifications in the smartphone market as it comes with a Snapdragon 1.7GHz processor, LTE, NFC, 1080 x 1920 display and full 1080p video recording. The device can be purchased through various retailers including Best Buy, Radio Shack, Walmart, Target, Amazon.com, Costo, Car Toys, and Sam's Club.
The HTC One is also available through various U.S. carriers. The smartphone on AT&T will cost $199.99 with a new 2-year contract, according to the company.
There are several different plans for purchasing the HTC One on T-Mobile. The first will run the buyer a flat fee of $579.99. The second plan requires a $99.99 down payment up front followed by $20 every month for 24 months. The total price turns out to be the same with either plan.