HTC’s been talking about its Jelly Bean update strategy for months now, with some early statements back in July more recently followed up by news that the One V, and the majority of other 512MB devices, wouldn’t be seeing the update land. We’ve seen the One X start getting its JB update, but what about HTC’s other Androids with sufficient RAM? Well, the manufacturer has yet to release a comprehensive list, only saying that it would first concentrate its efforts on 2012 releases, but a list has leaked over the weekend that attempts to enumerate just which handsets are on HTC’s agenda.

This info comes from tipster Football4PDA, who has provided accurate HTC leaks in the past. While the list he supplies deals in device codenames, we can easily connect the dots to their released names.

According to him, HTC will be releasing Jelly Bean for the One X+, the One XL, the Droid Incredible 4G LTE, the EVO 4G LTE, the One SV, the new One VX, the One S and its S C2 variant, and the J ISW13HT for Japan.

Unfortunately, we don’t have anything in the way of a timetable for those releases, only rumors trying to assure us they’re coming. With any luck, Football4PDA might get his hands on that data at a future date.

Source: Football4PDA
Via: GSMArena

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