The Android 4.4 KitKat update is expected to this month, but not before leakers fit in at least one more sneak peek at Google's newest operating system.
This gives all of those still unannounced Nexus 5 smartphone prototypes running Android 4.4 a well-deserved Kit Kat themed-break, just before its rumored unveiling at the end of the month.
Interestingly, the screenshots for this particular version of KitKat also contain hints of Key Lime Pie, the previous name for Google's 4.4 update.
Minor feature changes
The Android logo is clearly in the style of the Kit Kat candy bar, but tapping the screen a couple of times is said to display Key Lime Pie text.
Beyond the competing Android Kit Kat and Key Lime Pie insignia, Google is said to have created an animated mosaic of all of Android's past sugary treat names.
This colorful Easter egg can reportedly be accessed by holding down the red KitKat logo, and they're all here, from Cupcake 1.5 to Jelly Bean 4.2.
The remaining tweaks involve easier cloud printing, a "Tap and Pay" settings menu thought to be for NFC payments, and the elimination of the off-putting bold first digit in the timer and clock apps.
Whether we see these minor design changes or any of the Key Lime Pie-related Easter eggs when Android 4.4 launches remains to be seen.
But this latest recipe is certainly a good indication for Nexus 7 owners hoping to experience the KitKat update without having to upgrade their phone for immediate access.
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