Ok, we already know that Android 4.4.3 is bound to happen, especially because we’ve already seen the change log for Google’s new mobile operating system. Now we’re seeing it referenced for one of the first times out of the mouth of an OEM, however. One of our readers recently noticed that Motorola’s new Moto E video promises an upgrade to Android 4.4.3.
Specifically, the fine print in the video – we’ve included a screen shot above – says”the device will receive at least one software update to the current KitKat Android 4.4.3 operating system.” The most recent version of KitKat that’s available for devices, however, is Android 4.4.2. In March, however, a leak suggested we will see some fixes in Android 4.4.3 to MMS, subtitles, data usage measurements, data connections, camera issues and more. We might even see some UI changes to the icons.
We expect Google will discuss Android 4.4.3 KitKat during its developer conference, Google I/O, toward the end of next month. For now, at least you can take comfort in knowing the Moto E will get the upgrade.