Android 4.3 release was rumored to happen at Google I/O 2013 but Google skips the latest Android 4.3 update to developers, and looks forward to other products on developer conference. Google is said to be developing the Android 4.3 under Jelly Bean title, and it will carry minor changes to Android 4.2. The Google I/O 2013 conference skipping Android 4.3 shocked many in Android community and forced them to think that Google is running out of the ideas for Android 4.3.
Several reports confirmed that Android 4.3 will be released later this year to Android devices, and it will carry some improvements over the current Android 4.2 OS. The latest Android 4.3 is said to be coming up with a support for more power efficient Bluetooth standard, and camera improvements for Android phones. While the Android community is looking out for the official Android 4.3 update for their devices, a user on popular Android forum comes up with a post featuring leaked Android 4.3 update on Nexus 4 phone.
A member on XDA-Developers posted numbers of photos of his Nexus 4 running on Android 4.3, and revealing that Android 4.3 is just a minor update to Android 4.2. The user reported that Android 4.3 leaked build is a beta testing Android 4.3 build, and it may misses’ numbers of features that may come in the official launch. In addition to it, Google is also looking forward to mainstream its simple Android Vanilla OS on recently launched Android devices. Following Samsung Galaxy S4, the HTC One is also reportedly coming up with stock Android OS, and will enrich the users experience with Nexus phone environment.
One major change which we have noticed is that Google is bringing the Android 4.3 purely under Jelly Bean title by not offering any major update to core system of operating system. Leaked Android 4.2.2 update also brings Samsung Galaxy S4 features to Samsung Galaxy S3 last week.