Android 4.4 screenshots leaked, reveals new camera UI, Miracast and integrated Payments and Printing
Our last post featured a Nexus 5 image and its specifications, and this post features the Android 4.4 screenshots. An early build of Android 4.4 has leaked out and for the first time we get to see a very detailed screenshot-backed report of what the upcoming KitKat version looks like. These images, which you will find below, has been leaked by Gadget Helpline. The leaked images are likely taken from an Android phone running an older build of Android 4.4 - as there are several mentions of Key Lime Pie rather than KitKat.
It looks like, KitKat will also bring some new pre-loaded Google apps along, like Google's note taking app Keep and the cloud based office suite Drive. The Drive let's us access our documents on Google's Cloud Storage service, and the Keep is used for taking notes.
The camera app on KitKat has also been improved with new filters, like seen on Instagram. The app now comes with wide range of effects and a print menu that allows us to save the image as a PDF, or print to a local or network printer.