However, HTC confirmed: "there will be no specific update relating to power management on the HTC One X."
The brand also confirmed it has spoken to the original poster of the power mis-management claim, and found he had never claimed the 20% improvement that has been reported.
The problem reported – that a Tegra 3 power management app wasn't correctly working – is also something of a misnomer, according to the brand; apparently this isn't even turned on by default, so wouldn't be picked up by the average user.
Updates are still available
But it's not all bad news for the user – the 1.28.401.9 update is on its way and landing on multiple devices just a couple of weeks after launch, and there are some fixes in there to get excited about.
Auto-brightness is lowered to make the screen more efficient, the benchmarking scores are up and general glitches have been sorted too.
But it seems the Tegra 3-powered One X can't do much to change the fact it's a power-sucking device – that high pixel count needs the power to push it, and if you want to use your phone as HTC intended it may make sense to keep a charger handy for the foreseeable future.