An early build of Android 4.4 has leaked out on source and for the first time you can have a look at what the Android 4.4 KitKat looks like. Please do not be surprised if you notice the Key Pie Lime screenshots in the images which we have covered earlier.
The new part about the Android 4.4 OS is that there are numerous changes in the visuals but they are so very subtle that at the first glance you may not even notice them.
Google has built-in printing into the system so you no longer have to rely on a third-party app for appropriate tasks. Wireless payments also appear in the Menus and at the moment not much is known but we will be getting information about the same very soon. The third big new inclusion is support for Wireless screen casting via the Miracast standard built into the system which makes this more exclusive , unique and fun for numerous future Android 4.4 users even though the Miracast was part of Android since Android 4.2 Jelly Bean provided there is compatible hardware built in the device. Have a look at the images about the Android 4.4 KitKat here.