The HTC One S Android 4.1, JellyBean update is now available, after the update began rolling out earlier this week.
Users downloading the firmware get to experience the Android 4.1.1 build running on the device along with the new HTC Sense 4+ UI.
It officially starting rolling out yesterday and is currently available for the international version of the smartphone.
Users with carrier branded HTC One S models will have to wait a bit longer.
To get an idea of what the software will run like on the One S users can watch a video released last week that shows Android 4.1.1 on the HTC One X.
The video was created by AndroidCentral and focuses on the new HTC Sense 4+ interface now featured on the device.
The update will also be available on the HTC One X+ out of the box.
It makes the handset more responsive overall and YouMobile reports that the last bits of choppiness in menu scrolling have now been eliminated. The overall performance of the device is much smoother with the addition of Project Butter.
The full Android 4.1, JellyBean update list for HTC devices leaked onto the internet earlier this month.
The list reveals the remaining devices made by the smartphone manufacturer that are scheduled to receive the update in the near future.
It was leaked on Twitter by a user who goes by Football4PDA, who has proven to have reliable information in the past.
This Android 4.1, JellyBean update list included smartphones such as the HTC One X+, HTC One XL, HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE, HTC EVO 4G LTE, HTC One SV, HTC One VX, HTC One S, HTC One S C2, and the HTC J.