Only a month ago, Google presented its latest version for its mobile operating system, specifically Android 4.4 KitKat, a new update in which we found few aesthetic improvements – a change in the desktop system, important, but not radical – but that for Inside it had quite a few new features that were recently revealed and making Android 4.4 KitKat a much more interesting version than it seemed at first.
If a few days ago, the news broke that Android 4.4.1 was available for some Nexus devices. We knew its news, tonight some of the users of devices with Google’s signature have been even more surprised when a new one has jumped them update on your terminal –without having surely tested Android 4.4.1 KitKat–, specifically a new version called Android 4.4.2 KitKat. Some have not yet enjoyed the first version of KitKat, and others already have three.
As you can see in the image capture, this new update improves instability problems, optimizes performance, and solves some small errors that the Android 4.4.1 KitKat version had. In the English version, the data is higher, and it speaks of an improvement in the speed of the camera, better focus in addition to a better interpretation of colors. He also discusses some bug fixes and performance improvements. Curious to see how depending on which language one or the other is said.
The first lucky ones to receive the notification of the update were the users of the Google Nexus 5. Still, as we can read in Android Police, it is already available for almost all Nexus devices, or they have already been confirmed. Specifically, this version is called KOT49H.
In addition to what was announced by Google when notifying the update, this new version could bring some new functionality when executing the quick adjustments with long presses, some new multimedia content. Within the already mentioned security improvements, it is likely that they have focused on correcting the error detected in the SMS in the first version of Android 4.4 KitKat.
Nexus device owners have you received the update notification yet? Do you notice any difference in these sections, especially the camera or the quick settings?
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