Google Nexus 5 and Nexus 4 users are soon going to have the KitKat 4.4.3 update but technically, before Nexus 4, Nexus 5 will be getting an update.
The current Android version — KitKat 4.4.2, holds some of the major bugs that degrades the overall performance of the device. The KiKat 4.4.2 has some of the major issues related to the camera app and the battery. Especially with the Google Nexus 5 the battery issue was a more of nuisance for its users.
The new update, which had its final build compiled on March 24, along with the above mentioned issues is also going to tweak other minor issues in the Android 4.4.2.
The final build KTU83 for the Android KitKat 4.4.3, brings fixes to following issues,
- Frequent mobile data connection drops
- Camera focus in regular
- HDR mode problems
- Power manager display wake lock
- Multiple Bluetooth issues
- Other bugs on the camera app
- Random boot
- USB debugging security
- App shortcuts security
- Wi-Fi malfunctioning auto-connect
- Missed call LED
- Data usage graph inaccuracy
- MMS problems
- Email and Exchange syncing issues
- People, Dialler and Contacts apps
- DSP errors
- IPv6 and VPN networks
- Various other problems reported
Although we don’t have any confirmed dates or even an estimated time slot, Samsung will also be rolling out the new KitKat 4.4.3 update for its Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 devices. But as expected Galaxy S5, which has been packed with Android 4.4.2 running on it, will first receive the update. Possibilities are such that the company may delay the update for Samsung Galaxy S4 for even few months.
Coming back to the Google, the internet giant, which has already introduced smart Android wearables, is expected to announce the new Android 5.0 this year at the Google I/O. Along with it, the company is also expected to introduce a new version of the Google Glass, may be this time they will release it for public in general.