The latest Android KitKat 4.4.3 update which promises to fix the security bugs, improve stability, and other tweaks is rolling out and have started to flavor several Android devices. There are about tonnes of bug fixes which are provided by the latest Android firmware Kitkat 4.4.3 update and they are specified in the post of Android 4.4.3 features.
The latest KitKat update doesn\’t offer any major new update but it does carry many smaller update with it such as an improved dialer with a new user interface and new colors which makes it more user-friendly. The main goal behind the update is to deliver bug fixes, security patches, and overall stability improvements. One major fix aims to resolve the battery drain problem that occurs as a result of normal us of camera.
Android KitKat 4.4.3 Update
Motorola blog have published that this week we begin rolling out to:
-Moto X T-Mobile users
-Moto G users who bought online in the U.S. (includes Moto G 4G LTE) and at retail in Brazil
-Moto E users who bought online in the U.S. For Moto E users, you are still up for the next major Android update as well. Consider this the cherry on top.
\”This latest software update brings an improved dialler with a new interface and new colours to enhance consistency and usability, as well as several stability, framework, security fixes, and enhancements to the power profile capabilities,\” said Steve Horowitz, Motorola Mobile\’s SVP of software engineering.
Apart from Motorola devices, Google devices such as Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi variant) along with the Google Play Edition of the Samsung Galaxy S4,the HTC One M7, the HTC One M8, and Sony\’s Z Ultra have also started recieving the most awaited Android Kitkat 4.4.3 update.
Anyone interested in digging through the entire Android 4.4.3 update changelog can trawl through the list of 7,454 changes in the OS compared with Android 4.4.2 compiled by FunkyAndroid this week.
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