Alleged Android KitKat Screens Hint at Tiny Little Upgrades
Key Lime Pie
Kit Kat is on the horizon, so it's no surprise that (possible) screenshots are (allegedly) leaking out. We've seen a few
that boast a new, flat design
A series of
real screenshots from
show a version of 4.4 that was apparently around before
a deal with KitKat changed the version nickname
At a glance you could be forgiven for thinking these were shots of Jellybean. Most of the real changes seem to be under the hood, like options to save images as PDF, print with wireless printers, native wireless display integration (via Chromecast?!?!?!), NFC payment settings, and some other options to give you more control over your wireless plan.
The only things really worth looking at are a new gallery and camera app which, while improved, still aren't mind-blowing.
Back when Key Lime Pie was further off in the distance, there was a lot of hope that it'd be a big, revelatory 5.0 release with a whole bunch of new glitter, but that's looking more and more unlikely. These
That's not a bad thing, since establishing a solid, hyper-usable framework is what you want to do with your mature operating system; it's just not very flashy. Unless these are all fake and Android 4.4