The Android KitKat 4.4 version, which was launched last year has become one of the primary things on the checklist of all the Android phone lovers and buyers. However, the 4.4 version will just get old soon as new versions and updates have been hitting the online world really fast and now the users are already waiting for the latest update to 4.4.3.
If you are not aware, the 4.4.3 version is not official as of now but the information about it has been hitting the online world time and again and thus the update can be said to be a confirmed one. The update is in fact expected to release with the company's this year's Nexus tablet device but again the launch schedule of this supposed tablet is not confirmed.
In the meantime, latest hint to the Android 4.4.3 has sprouted from Google Play store and from the one of the Google's very own app Google Edu Device Setup requirement details. In the download page of the app under the "What's New" section, Google has clearly said, "Support for Android 4.4.3 and non-Nexus Tablets."
The Google Edu Device Setup app is a Google application used to set up tablets purchased as a part of Google apps for education. Unfortunately, there are no details about what changes Android 4.4.3 version will bring about in the device.
However, according to the previous leaks and rumors, the version would bring frequent data connection dropout fix, mm-qcamera-daemon crash and optimization fixes, Camera focus in regular and HDR modes fixes, Power Manager display wakelock fix, Multiple Bluetooth fixes, Random reboot fix, Fix for app shortcuts getting removed from launcher after update and much more. You could say that the version is more of a repair version which fixes the prevailing problems in the KitKat version.
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