Nexus 4 Running On Android 4.3 Spotted In Thailand Mobile Expo 2013

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Previously, there were rumours that the Android 4.3 OS might get an unveiling along with the white Nexus 4 on June 10. This might very well be true, as couple of XDA Developers users spotted a Nexus 4 device running on the latest iteration of the Android operating system, in the ongoing Thailand Mobile Expo 2013.

Nexus 4 Running On Android 4.3 Spotted In Thailand Mobile Expo 2013

 

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The lucky users took snap shots of the device running on the new operating system and were cordial enough to share them with the world. One of the images show Nexus 4 with a new camera app. It seams Google changed design and position of the control panel. As you can see in the image the panel features toggles for HDR, contrast, rotation and white balance. The operating system has JWR45B build no and a freshly built kernal. Also one of the images shows the operating system having a baseband string of "m9615a-cefwmazm-2.0.1700.74, which has never been used before. This probably points out to GSM networks.

Nexus 4 Running On Android 4.3 Spotted In Thailand Mobile Expo 2013

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Apart from the above details not much can be gathered from the images, however what is confirmed is, the update will fall under Jelly bean and not Key Lime Pie.

Previously there were rumours that Android 4.3 will come with support for Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) support, OpenGL for Embedded Systems 3.0 graphics. These features were leaked by HTC and guess what? Devices like the HTC One, HTC One X +, HTC Butterfly, and Droid DNA are BLE compatible devices. So is this a sign that the rumoured features are true? Stay tuned to Gizbot to find out more.

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