Android 4.4 Leaked Screenshots Appear Again
Yesterday, a video materialized showcasing Google’s flagship Nexus 5 running Android 4.4 – which is scheduled to be unveiled later today. Now, less than 24 hours later a mass of leaked screenshots have emerged, highlighting a 2013 model of the Nexus 7 running what appears to be Android 4.4 KitKat.
Many of the features, which are displayed in the images below, match up to previous leaks and rumors we’ve encountered on the web. However, very little of them actually look similar to what we saw in the Nexus 5 video which debuted yesterday.
It’s worth bearing in mind that there is nothing in the following screenshots that couldn’t be faked in a very short period of time, by simply installing a variety of different icon packs, applications and launchers.
The full gallery of images can be browsed through below:
A quick flick through the gallery reveals a brand new Easter egg, a re-designed desk clock application, a cleaner settings screen and a host of new features, including Fullscreen Mode and Tap to Pay.
- SourceZD Net