Android’s long waited and most anticipated update roll out Android 4.4 KitKat is finally released amidst great reception from all corners of the world. The expectation level has been so high this time and it is yet unknown whether the roll out will live up to this.
Following the 4.3 Jelly Bean update, this update from Android is causing tremendous waves across the globe and everyone is keeping his/her eyes wide open to any kind of news published online or in magazines regarding the update.
And, to add to your delight I’ve come up with some interesting piece of information over what to expect and what not to after release of Android 4.4 KitKat. With Android apps development peaking at the mobile space, the updates circumventing the search engines could mean a lot of users.
The Race Among Devices Nexus 5 and Nexus 7:
It has been expected that both Android 4.4 KitKat will be available for both the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7. Though it was expected that both the devices will include the new update at the same time, it was Nexus 5 that won the race and it is doing phenomenally well in the market today.
The Google’s recent roll out was found to be a boon to Android users and it has been celebrated by millions of users worldwide.
The Rumor Spread Across Wildly:
Well, while most users are happy with the current roll out and introduction of Nexus 5 with Android 4.4 KitKat into the market, what forced them was the how the future will unfold based for this update.
Initially, it was believed the subsequent updates will be highly beneficial for the users but the rumors that are spreading across currently suggest that the users will be disappointed to with new updates. However, the data leak about the upcoming updates isn’t substantial.
No Signs of Google I/O Launch Rumors:
Well, as we discussed above, all the leaks update are found to be rumors and not official from Google and co. Every year, Google uses its I/O to release rumors before launch of any release and this time the tech giant completely refrained from the rollout of this update.
For Android 4.3 it was heavily rumored by Google I/O and it helped users to assure themselves that the best roll out will be hitting the market soon with amazing features.
The Dates May Vary:
Often, there is a misconception among users that Google will be releasing the update of all devices at the same time. But, this has been proved wrong by Google several times as it often releases the updates for different devices on distinct dates. In fact, they follow certain patter of devices to receive the updates first followed by others.
And this time the Google is refraining from the announcement of release of this update because it fears over the bugs associated with the previous update. Nexus 4 came up with some frustrating bugs and this is still haunting the memories of many using it. So, Google is focusing on fixing bugs to make the official statement of roll out.
Hardware Update Ruled Out:
One of the rumors that is wide spreading and keeping the users on the hook is the new hardware features associated with the roll out. But, it has been firmly turned down by Google and it has no intentions to work on the hardware or to modify it for better enhancement.
So, for those who would like to follow rumors it is better to stay tuned only to the official rumors from the Google and not from others. Because, the story behind the roll out revealed by others will be completely different from Google and it might become a bitter pill to swallow for users.