More images of Google Nexus 5 leaked online along with screenshots of Android 4.4 KitKat running on Nexus 7 2013
More and more images Google Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat are arriving on the web. It was just two days, when we saw the early prototype of Nexus 5 running older build of Android 4.4 KitKat for 7-minutes in FHD. Now, the upcoming Google Nexus 5 has been pictured once again, but this time in Russia. Along with few images of Nexus 5, the Android 4.4 was now found running on Nexus 7 2013, and few screenshots from the device has been leaked online, which reveals the Easter eggs, UI tweaks and more.
The new picture of Nexus 5 shows front, back and side of the device, where the back panel shows the characteristic Nexus logo, which we have seen in many previous leaked images. The images shows that the back of the device is matte rubberized plastic, which is highly prone to fingerprints and smudges.
Coming to Android 4.4, Google has revealed that the Android 4.4 update will bring fully supported set of API's to use third-party applications as their default SMS/MMS app officially. In the current version (4.3), it is not possible to allow third-party SMS/MMS apps to become the default messaging app, because of hidden API's that has to be changed or removed first. So, Google has now decided to make it all official and give proper API's to handle SMS related actions.
Last but not the least, some more screenshots of Android 4.4 KitKat running on Nexus 7 2013 has been surfaced online. These screenshots reveals how tablet version of Android 4.4 looks. The images are leaked by ZDNet, and according to them, the 4.4 build in this leak is latest and final (doubt), but still we can see the presence of KeyLimePie moniker.
As per these screenshots, the Android 4.4 will bring Tap & Pay feature, built-in printing support, revamped downloads section, new icons, redesigned QuickOffice app, additions in settings menu, changed clock app and cool-looking Android KitKat Easter egg (top), and more.