Android 4.3 Jelly Bean leaked via Nexus 4 ROM update
We covered the original leak here on Wccftech, but recently further information on the Android 4.3 Jelly bean has come to the light. The information we originally had came from a leaked Nexus 4 housing the Android 4.3 OS and gave us the idea that the update from Android 4.2 o 4.3 will be minimal at best. Which probably means its not a good idea to get excited over Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Without further ado here are the recently leaked features of Android 4.3 :
- Open GL For Embedded Systems Version 3.0 – Finally! Basically what this means is that the graphical ‘Wow’ factor of games and applications alike will go up by a few notches. Games and Apps on the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean will be able to utilize more effects and process them more efficiently on the mobile architecture. And Android becoming the portable gaming system that it is, this is a welcome new addition to its bag of tricks.
- Bluetooth Low Energy – According to the leak this is a confirmed feature in Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, what this does is utilize a very efficient system for Bluetooth Data conventions effectively increasing your devices ability to endure long instances of data transfer over Bluetooth. It would mean more usage and less battery life used up in the process.
- Wi-Fi Update – The new Android 4.3 Jelly Bean system will allow apps to automatically trigger the Wifi On and Off after you have granted it permission, and for apps which mainly do this to get a lock on your location it will mean less pestering and more peace of mind.
- T-9 Prediction – This is one update of Android 4.3 I am not impressed with. Supposedly it will now be able to predict the numbers you are about to dial using the T9 or the dial pad, making it an intuitively easier to call people.
- Rumored Efficient Ram Usage – There are leaks and then there are rumors. This particularly authentic looking rumor dictates that Android 4.3 Jelly Bean will be able to utilize the given RAM more effectively meaning that your Android device will lag less and play apps better.
You can read about Android 4.3 features in detail, here.
That’s about it and we have to wait till the press release next week to see what actually becomes of the awaited Google Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Update.