Android 4.4 KitKat would be officially launched on October 28
As we learned from GSMArena, the reference to the movie is not causal, and the connections between the release of This is IT and the presentation of Android 4.4 are clear. So much so that refer to other advances disclosed by the folks at Google. Yesterday, the account of Google dedicated to Android 4.4 KitKat message put into service on Everybody dance now! that beyond being supported by thousands of tweeters, containing the first clue that would point to October 28 as the date chosen to unveil the new version of the operating system. This, again, must analyze the message history.
The exhortation to dance is neither more nor less than a song by C & C Music Factory. However, the band was not always well known: to 1989 called 28th Street Crew. Okay, maybe this is closer to The Da Vinci Code that the usual tone of the technology market, but as we say, Google is much given to squeeze the fun in the days prior to the presentation of news.
On the other hand, if we look back, remember that the event which unveiled the Nexus 4 with Android 4.2 took place on October 29, which would be met with native mobile annuity. And given the stakes for good the idea that parallel to Android 4.4 meet in new smartphone header of Mountain View, the Nexus 5, which like its predecessor, would be manufactured by the South Korean LG.
However, this year there is a distinction not only between two memory-based models, but also on the battery as the most powerful version would drive 3,000 milli-ampere-many-deserved applause and he is paying the LG G2. Recall that this company will provide the last high-end terminal a basis to Nexus 5, but showing slight modifications.
However, the second half of this month of October looks very agitated. Not only Google show its new upscale, but also on the agenda have the potential arrival of the new family of iPad tablets and various Nokia devices, among which the Nokia Lumia 1520, the first phablet of the Finnish and which opens this ecosystem concept in Windows Phone.