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Rumors : Google Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 will be presented Oct. 14

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Announcement of the new version of Google’s mobile operating system that surprised all expected it to be Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, but many third-party sources do not guess any version number or a code name. As it is known now , the next version of the Android OS will be known as Android 4.4 KitKat, but still remains unclear is when Google is going to provide it.

Unfortunately , no reliable confirmation of the information that appeared today , we do not, but the resource Ausdroid claims that Google is going to reveal all the cards on October 14. On the same day, to be submitted to the first smartphone that will work but the new OSes ” out of the box ” – they , of course, will be the Google Nexus 5, photos of which appear several times in the network recently .

All , of course, very much wait for this device, but so far everything is back to Android 4.4, especially as the original source mentions about some of the innovations that will KitKat.

As evident from the fact that the second number has been changed in version number , changes in Android 4.4 KitKat compared to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean is not so much:

  • reducing fragmentation by the possibility of installing on old smartphones and improving on devices with different screens
  • update Miracast
  • new visualization Gallery
  • New API for playing animations
  • change (or ability to change ) color palette of blue on the other
  • new widgets notifications

Not in all cases, it is clear exactly what that means , so you do not make any misleading, as always , be sure to treat this information skeptical and wait for either a more detailed reports , presentations or Google, on which the company is certainly tell all new features in Android 4.4.

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