Google has gone far and wide with its popular Android offering with the mobile-based platform becoming one of the most massively used mobile operating systems of all time, alongside the Apple-based iOS offering. And the primary way how Google has attained that kind of a pedestal is by pushing out regular notifications related to the upgradation of the platfrom with new OS updates.
The latest one among those updates is the new Android KitKat platform that comes with a host of new features. And although the update is still yet to reach out to a number of smartphones, it seems like Google may already be testing a new version of the KitKat - dubbed version 4.4.3.
While the news of a new KitKat version is quite an exciting one, it needs to be mentioned that we did expect a version of the platform to come up before Google eventually starts working on an entirely new Android platform that will definitely be named with letter 'L.'
And news of a latest build for KitKat has also been partially confirmed via a new tweet from known developer LlabTooFeR who says that Android 4.4.3 may be just arrive sooner than fans might think. Here, the version KTU72B has been identified as the upcoming software update.
"Android 4.4.3 is under testing. Build number is KTU72B," the developer wrote on his official Twitter page. "Probably it will fix known camera bug."
However, all that, as expected, could just be in its beta stages with more official confirmation required to take anything seriously at this point of time. Moreover, it's not clear whether the update will bring any new features, on top of the aforementioned camera fix for the Nexus 5, and whether it will be available to other devices as well.
More information, however, is expected to arrive in the coming months.