“Thailand Mobile Expo 2013” is arrived and, there is some very fascinating announcement coming our way. The Android 4.3 has been grabbed there and it goes on the Google Nexus 4 gadget.
We are not guaranteed that this information is legitimate, but there are some quite authentic images presenting the most recent update of Jelly Bean firmware. Check it out the photographs posted here and observe on your own, the update of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean is on its way.
Most people are still not happy that Google didnât declare the release of Android 4.3 at annual I/O 2013 occasion. This new revise will provide only few tweaks and enhancements that didnât alter a great number of things. On the other hand, it looks like the camera application has been improved and enhanced for a much better visibility of all the features when touching and holding in camera mode. A completely new kernel will be offered soon with the official update of Jelly Bean 4.3 firmware.
The AOSP Camera Mode now offer a completely new icons for the HDR, contrast and rotation. The camera adjustments controls are now shown in an horizontal arc, which is a great progress over the earlier rounded camera controls, making this the updates center point. Several users reported about this and now they might taking photos with Nexus 4 phone once again, which also shows that Google will take user suggestions critically from time to time.
Now that this has leaked out we can be pretty much confident that the up coming update for Android OS will be the Jelly Bean 4.3. If have a much closer look at the first snapshot that displays the âAbout Phoneâ menu, you will observe occamf-userdebug 4.3 JWR45B 678310 dev-keys as the Build Number. This indicates that this build is however in progress.
The below video has come up and it shows the Google Nexus 4 with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean User Interface running on . This was recorded at the Thailand Mobile Expo.
If these are genuine, then the Google official statement relating to the launch date of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean should not be too far. We expect that we will not have to hang on for a long time from Google side.
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