This year – “Android KITKAT in Your Pocket”
Recently, Google unveiled a slim, light and fast smartphone (Nexus 5) with an intelligent and impressive design, KitKat operating system, and an astonishing 5” HD display. This new smartphone is pretty close in size to last year’s Nexus 4 flagship. The N5’s display is vivid with even more brilliant colors and sharper graphics. With its amazing camera, you can capture each and every moment in the fresh new ways.
Time to migrate your OS from Jellybean 4.3 to KitKat 4.4
Camera: With N5’s optical image stabilization feature, you can stop worrying about blurry pictures. Its advanced new lens allows you to capture more light for brighter night shots. So, if anything that convinces you to upgrade, the screen display would be probably that.
Superfast processor: With 4G/LTE and ultra-fast Wi-Fi, Google’s new smartphone keeps you connected at a blazing speed. After experiencing Nexus 4’s hardware specifications, now it is time to experience Nexus5’s Snapdragon 800 quad-core 2.3 GHz processor, an Adreno 330 GPU and 2 GB of RAM, and wireless charging feature.
Memory versions: Google’s Nexus 5 is available in two memory versions – 16 GB and 32 GB.
This new smartphone has a cut-out earpiece centered above the display and a camera lens to the left of that. Its bottom holds a multicolored LED indicator that lights up to alert you of missed calls, new messages and other such notifications.
KitKat shows a lot of promise, even for a habitual iOS user like myself. It’s not nearly as huge a leap as Apple took from iOS 6 to iOS 7, and your mileage will certainly vary depending on your smartphone. (A new API aims to serve up different versions of apps depending on what phone you’re using, so you may experience significant speed improvements on your favorite apps no matter what). For more information visit http://mashable.com/2013/10/31/android-kitkat-hands-on/