Update: We've now got a better idea of what the 4.4.3 KitKat update will include.
The biggest fix sorts out a pesky battery drain that could happen when an app would use the device's camera. It was damn annoying (especially if you have a pretty lacklustre battery to begin with) so we're glad it's now a thing of the past.
There's also a snazzy new dialer app, which is the one that leaked out a few months back.
On top of that, there are a few other bug fixes and various tweaks in there too but nothing groundbreaking.
Original story below...
If you're in possession of a Wi-Fi-only 2013 edition of the Nexus 7 you're in luck, Google has started pushing out the over the air (OTA) Android 4.4.3 update to the slate.
Not every Nexus 7 tablet may have received the OTA KitKat update just yet, so if you're still waiting hold tight and it should be with you in the coming days.
Only a matter of time
We checked our in-office Nexus 5 and there was no sign of the update just yet.
It looks like, on a visual layer at least, there isn't a great deal of change on Android 4.4.3, with a refreshed Phone app the only difference currently reported - although you can expect various behind the scenes improvements.
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