Android 4.2.2 is currently rolling out to HTC One handsets in parts of Europe and Asia. Android Central got an early look at all the new features like Daydreams, quick settings and lock screen widgets. The upgrade moves the power saver option out of the notification bar, adds Instagram support to BlinkFeed, and adds the option to remove the black menu bar so many HTC One owners hated.
Other features include the ability to swipe up to access Google Now, six new templates for video highlights, plus other small tweaks such as the ability to instantly share a screenshot. You can see all of the new features in the video embedded below. The Android 4.2 update just started hitting devices in other countries, so it may be some time before it lands on HTC One handsets here in the US.