The devices make our lives sweet and delicious with each Android version is named after a dessert now, like KitKat release mightn’t be a great deal, but with the Nexus 5 also part of the equation, which could be reason to be excited. Today’s Google+ event doesn’t prove to be faithful to those looking to buy Nexus 5 or to install Android 4.4 KitKat update.
Instead of announcing the Nexus 5 release date or Android KitKat 4.4 update, Google indeed made big changes to its Google+ (Plus) socil network. Expected strictly that the update that was originally announced in September was to be unveiled, as the Google+ invitation said!
Leaving the Nexus 5, Android 4.4 KitKat update and Nexus 10 from Asus for another event. The Vic Gundotra event was really about Google+ and only Google Plus.
Today, the official KitKat YouTube channel has been given an update with a new video entitled “Magic,” and though it doesn’t given too much of information regarding the software’s features. Check out after this fold!
Re-cap once again about the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean – only out for a couple of months and recently reached some of the market’s foremost smartphones and tablets. Considering 4.4 Jelly Bean in this short timestamp between these two releases, nobody expecting a great number of new features, but its still enough within the candy treat to render it a noteworthy update.
Although the main event of the Google Nexus 5, made by LG Electronics. The Nexus 4 is well over a year old now, still holds its own against some of the mid-tohigh-end-smartphones available today. Press an leaked images are more indicative of a handsome aesthetic upgrade, and with a variety of new hardware within, it’s no wonder the Android faithful are eagerly anticipating its release.
The official announcement of both Android 4.4 KitKat and the Google Nexu s5 expected in the very near future and with always been managed to keep its Nexus brand of smartphones and slates within the budget of most customer, Google have to look forward to those in the market for a reasonably-priced handset availability.
The imminent official unveil date, November 1st is the day to look forward to if reports are to be believed, and hopefully the rumor and speculation also suggest Nexus 5 pre-orders begin on Nov. 3rd, which can be soon be put to rest.
Planning to buy a Google Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat running smartphone? Or thinking about yet another upcoming smartphone gets a bigger upgrade? Thoughts!