By Anton D. Nagy | August 6, 2012 4:09 AM
As we discussed in the latest episode of the Pocketnow Weekly podcast, the HTC One X with its quad-core Tegra 3 processor, was acting kind of sluggish at times, which is really something people were not expecting to experience on a processor that has four cores (and runs Ice Cream Sandwich with a slimmed down Sense 4.0).
HTC however looks to be working hard to eliminate those glitches. According to reports, there’s a custom ROM for the International One X, based on a purportedly leaked RUU which contains Sense 4.1 and Android 4.0.4. There’s a truckload of improvements and fixes out of which we mention fixed Live Wallpapers, improved UI speed, improved battery life, a new kernel, a new Radio 2.1204.127.19, activated native EQS, fixed Video Playback on Stock Kernel, enabled hardware acceleration in 3rd-party video players. You can check out more of it at the source link below! Oh, one more thing: it appears to score almost 6,000 in Quadrant for those who care about benchmarks! Can’t even dare to imagine how this thing would fly with Jelly Bean. Come on HTC, you can do it!
Source: XDA Developers