Android 4.4 Kitkat Alleged Images Leaked Online Showing Revamped UI Design

By Vivek

    Eversince the announcement of Android 4.4 Kitkat, Android fans have been consistently looking out for news related to it. However, possible images of the new Android version have been leaked recently in the form of screenshots. Since this version has already appeared earlier, there's wide spread speculation that October might just bring a lot of Kitkat news as it is rumored to get officially released then.

    Talking about leaks, the alleged Android 4.4 was first spotted in the Korean IME Google play listing. Screenshots that appeared then have been removed by Google now but it showed a different and updated status bar with light gray icons and clock. One can also see a debug icon in the screenshot which is a little Android jelly bean, so assumptions are that these images was probably taken on a device that still uses the decoy Key Lime Pie signature. However, the leak did not reveal anything significant. The second leak comes from a tipster who shared multiple images of Android 4.4 running Nexus 4 which is currently said to be "Nexus 5".

    These images reveal the new UI of the device to some extent. It apparently shows the redesigned dialer, messaging app, flatter app icons and a status bar. The status bar's color is said to match with the color of the wallpaper or the opened app in the device. It seems like Google is still working on getting the Android 4.4 graphics updated.

    As we said earlier, the new Android 4.4 Kitkat is said to be release in October next month, along with the rumored Nexus 5.

    Android 4.4 Kitkat Leaked

    Android 4.4 details.

    Android 4.4 Kitkat Leaked

    New Dialer.

    Android 4.4 Kitkat Leaked

    The Android 4.4 will also feature flatter app icons.

    Android 4.4 Leaked Images

    New messaging app

    Android 4.4 Leaked Images

    New Keyboard

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