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New bug fixing Android 4.4.3 update details

The Android 4.4.3 update is supposed to be released at Google I/O 2014 but we have got some information about the update already. The Android 4.4.3 update is going to be released onto the Nexus devices because there were many issues since the Android 4.4.2 update so this will be considered as a bug fix update.  is on its way and new details have recently been revealed about the update.

Since there is a lot of leaks every now and then about the update, we would say that the best thing to do is to wait for Google to actually announce the update. According to AndroidPIT, the first hand information was leaked by LlabTooFeR which states that the update will also come to the HTC One M8 which just released approximately a month ago. Sticking to the hard fact that Google usually rolls out Android updates for its Nexus line of devices first, the company has not announced any official or different plans so they are following the same protocol as of now.

HTC One M8

Coming down to the second piece of information which comes from GFXBenchmark which shows a device called the Motorola XT912A running Android 4.4.3. XDA Developers also comes out with another leak even though this one is not as hardcore as the other two. Android 4.5 which is supposed to come after the Android 4.4.3 update is supposed to come in with new improved and awesome design features and might be coming in July 2014.

We would definitely like to know about what this speculation leads you to think about, so make it a point to leave your thought or queries in the comments section below and we will get back as soon as possible.

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