The rumor mill never ceases to be more and more interesting now, does it? According to the latest on the grapevine, Google’s Android 4.4 KitKat - the latest version of Android - running on the Google branded Nexus 5, might make an appearance as soon as Oct. 15, 2013. That puts the launch of the new device and the new Android version merely days away, not even a full week! Exciting, isn’t it?
Those associated with Google's flagship mobile operating system will by now be very much aware that version 4.4, which has been given the name of the popular (and also very tasty) KitKat treat, will be arriving at some point in the near future. What remains rather less obvious, however, are the specific features Google will be packing therein, and although the rumor mill has suggested it could be released as early as this month alongside the very eagerly awaited Nexus 5, we've nothing concrete to go on. But as the mobile world gets itself in a tizzy regarding these rather significant releases, Gadget Helpline has snagged a rather dated build of Android 4.4, and having dissected it somewhat, has dug up some intriguing features.
Whether it's going to be called the Nexus 5 or some other Nexus-related designation, at this point there is little doubt that LG is indeed going to be behind Google's next Nexus device. With Apple releasing its iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c in a few short days, the latest Nexus leak comes at just the right time for Google, with the more cynical amongst us wondering whether it's one of those leaks that isn't entirely accidental.
A new entry to Google's Nexus range always seems to make an impression in tech circles, and with the Nexus 4 smartphone cutting a rather antiquated figure, Android fans are anxiously awaiting its successor. The device set to take its place is the Nexus 5, and according to a new report, the handset could be announced next month, on October 14th.
Nokia is in between a big transition and in the process of being fully acquired by Microsoft over the coming days, but that isn't stopping its German arm from having a bit of run on the way down.
It's been a pretty big day for Google. It all kicked off when the Android maker announced via Google+ that the next version of Android would be called Android 4.4 KitKat. The first time that a brand name has been used for one of Google's famous sweet inspired version names, KitKat is more than just a title.
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