Android 4.3 for Nexus 4 now Available

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A new flavor of Jelly Bean is now on the screens of Nexus 4, as Android 4.3 is released. Even it was expected to come on 10th June, the info has been shown to be false, but the important thing that really counts is that we have now available and ready to use the new Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for Nexus 4. The Android 4.3 doesn’t represent a new operating system so that we can meet some small tricks but not so often. One of the stars for this version of Android seems to be the camera app, which is getting more attention from Google. A new design it is waited to surprise us.

As per our source, Google is always happy to update camera for Android with every OS version. The icons are looking similar to the last version except the circular menu which became an arc towards the bottom of the screen. Users are expected to tell their opinion about the new version of Android 4.3, taking into account that this is now available for Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10 and Galaxy Nexus. Google started selling the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One with a pure Android OS. Galaxy S4 and HTC One will receive the 4.3 update as well. Google can update the handsets really easily so this is the next expected step of them.

Android 4.3

Android 4.3

Android 4.3 has some interesting great things as features and you can see below few hints:

  • new restricted profiles for kids
  • OpenGL|ES 3.0 for game developers
  • a redesigned camera interface
  • Bluetooth Low Energy support and general performance improvements

Android 4.3 will still be called ‘Jelly Bean’ and is ready and anxious to be tested by all users. Stay tuned and don’t lose any news, there are more to come!

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