Lost in all the news of Hurricane Sandy, Google’s Nexus announcements, and Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 unveiling, was this: the international HTC One X started getting an OTA update to Jelly Bean last weekend, and the OTA continues to spread across Asia and Europe today.

The update comes in a 352.7MB and bumps the phone’s software up to 3.14.709.16. HTC Sense 4.1 is now known as Sense 4+, and Android gets a bump to 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean). Granted, this isn’t the exact same version of Jelly Bean that was announced earlier today, but it’s still got some nice enhancements like Project Butter and Google Now.

There’s no word on when the AT&T version of the One X will get this update, or when the HTC EVO 4G LTE on Sprint will see it. Since both of these phones are almost identical, however, they can’t be too far behind.

If you get Jelly Bean on your HTC device, be sure to let us know below!

[CNET]