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Google’s an odd duck. A very rich duck but an odd one at that. For months we deal with leaked screenshots and rumours, only for the finished product to surprise once again, with genuine innovation made the Google way. So let me not beat around the bush, I will eventually buy a Nexus 5 and it seems the business, but it’s Android 4.4, known as KitKat.
I’ve not yet used the software, but according to the Android Developer site, I will go on a limb to say that this is the biggest update to Android since the jump to Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 4.0. This update will bring Android to lower-end devices, even those with only 512MB RAM. It will then almost certainly breathe new life into the ageing Galaxy Nexus, and of course will only benefit my Nexus 4.
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