In late September we saw what were purportedly some of the first screen shots of Android 4.4 KitKat, the next iteration of Google’s mobile operating system. At the time, we saw a new dialer application, a re-designed messages application and a few other software tweaks. Now, thanks to an early hands-on by Gadget Helpline (the site has since either pulled the article or crashed), we have another look at what KitKat might look like.
This time, we’re looking at a yet again re-designed dialer. It’s unclear if the first one was legitimate, if this is the real deal, or if neither are, but it definitely is a change from Jelly Bean. It also looks like Google may start pre-installing some additional services, such as Google Drive and its Google Keep note-taking service. Another shot of the camera software shows pre-installed photo filters and the ability to tweak and crop images.