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Android 4.3 Running on Nexus 4 Leaked at Mobile Show

by On May 24, 2013

Android 4.3 The latest  Android 4.3 OS was spotted at a mobile show held in Thailand, the Thailand Mobile Expo 2013, by 2 XDA Developers forum members, namely challeen and innocent 36. Obviously these are their forum nicknames and these lucky bastards managed to be in the perfect spot in the nick of time. They were able to see the white whale, I mean Android 4.3, running on the screen of a Google Nexus 4 smartphone and they did the right thing, sharing their discovery with the rest of the nerds and geeks worldwide. They managed to take pictures to prove their claim, one of them shows the About screen, which confirms beyond any doubt that the Nexus 4 is running Android 4.3. Here’s the picture in question:

Android 4.3

  Even if Google kept quiet about the Android 4.3 at the I/O developers conference, the rumors about a new Android 4.3 version  proved to be accurate. The two ferrets observed   a new camera app in the Android 4.3′s  UI, featuring HDR toggle, contrast, white balance etc. The Easter egg menu  in the Nexus 4 is confirming the previous rumors, which suggested that the new Android 4.3 version will maintain its former name, JellyBean, not the Key Lime Pie, as thought by some market analysts.   Android 4.3   As you can see from the picture, the phone has a build prior to its release, the JWR45B and a unique baseband string m9615a-cefwmazm-2.0.1700.74, which was not used on other devices, meaning that its purpose is to be used on GSM networks. Android 4.3 Jelly Bean was absent at the I/O developers conference but rumors about the OS being tested on a Nexus 4 were all over the place, now we have solid proof. It would be nice to see the Android 4.3 officially released by Google on June 10, as some journalists suggested, basically in the same day in which Apple launches iOS 7. The new Android 4.3 is said to have cool features like  Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) support, OpenGL for Embedded Systems 3.0 graphics and apps synchronization. Source: Yahoo  

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