Google Releases Android 4.4.3 KitKat Update for Nexus 5: What About New Features?

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Google has already started rolling-out Android 4.4.3 update for its Nexus branded products. Just few days ago, the smallest of the Nexus device viz. Nexus 4 got the OTA update and now Indian Nexus 5 users have started receiving the same OTA update.

Google releases Android 4.4.3 KitKat Update for Nexus 5

Moreover, its not only Nexus 5 and 4 that are getting the Android 4.4.3 treatment but at the same time, Motorola has also announced about updating three of it devices to the same Android version. These devices include Moto E, Moto G and Moto X.

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The Android 4.4.3 update brings about a number of bug-fixes and improvements in the Nexus 5 device but apart from that Android KitKat also features a revamped user interface as well as a dialer that is similar to Gmail.

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Talking about 4.4.3 update on Nexus 5, if you are not aware, Google also fixed a number of Bluetooth issues which sometimes caused by connecting to wearables like smartwatches and other devices using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology. The update also bring improvements in certain errors that could cause the operating system to reboot. Other changes include, 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 and more.

A list of the changes Google made with Android 4.4.3 KitKat, known as a changelog is available online.

According to statistics from CNET, 13.6% of users who visited PlayStore in the past seven-day period, ending June 4, are KitKat users. Jelly Bean still ranks first among the most used operating system with 58.4%, followed by Gingerbread (14.9%) and Ice Cream Sandwich (12.3 percent).

Stay tuned for more update!

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