Google is preparing an minor update as Android 4.4.1 KitKat for Nexus devices. The update will address the buggy, inconsistent camera of Nexus 5.
After the exciting release of Android 4.4 KitKat, which was served to Nexus 5 at its launch, and was made available to a few other devices earlier last month, it’s finally time for another update to the pre-existing yet recently launched Android version.
Most of the Nexus, HTC and Samsung users who had already received the latest Android version, are now awaiting for the Android 4.4.1 update.
As a matter of fact, each time Google launches a new version of Android, there is always a bug-fixing update that follows it. With lots of users complaining about bugs in the new KitKat version, Android 4.4.1 is speculated to be a bug-fixing update.
Some others believe that the version 4.4.1 is merely an update, which is rumored to release soon after Google fixes the current bugs and other problems faced by its Nexus users.
Although Google hasn’t made any official announcement regarding the highly speculated of Android update, a MaximusHD ROM Developer tweeted on December 2nd, “HTC One GE will get 4.4.1 (KOT49E) in near future…”
However, it isn’t the first time when v4.4.1 has been mentioned. 9to5Google.com has reportedly received a number of hits from handsets apparently running Android 4.4.1. The surprising part is that these hits are actually originating from Google’s center in Santa Clara, California.
The website has also revealed that these hits were made via both phones and tablets which include Google Nexus 4, Nexus 5, and Nexus 7.