Android 4.4.3 rolls out to more devices
Android 4.4.3 KitKat is being rolled out to other devices. As of Tuesday, the latest Android update had already begun rolling out to the Nexus 5 phone and the Wi-Fi variant of the Nexus 7, along with the Samsung Galaxy S4’s Google Play versions, the HTC One M8, the HTC One M7, and Sony's Z Ultra, according to Android Police.
The latest KitKat update doesn't offer any major new features but does carry with it an improved dialer with a new interface and new colors designed to be more user-friendly, according to Motorola inc. The main objective behind the update, though, is to bring bug fixes, a few security patches, and overall stability improvements. There is also one major fix aims to resolve the battery drain that occurs as a result of camera use.
On Tuesday, Motorola, which is now owned by Google, also announced the rollout of the update to several of its devices, notably the Moto X from the T-Mobile, the Moto G bought is online in the US and at retail stores in Brazil, and also the Moto E bought online in the US. Apart from the bug fixes and other few tweaks, Motorola promised photo-taking improvements for Moto X users and a viewfinder pause button for the video camera in the Moto X and Moto G.