New images of Android 4.4 – better known as KitKat – have leaked, revealing a number of new features.
Interestingly, the build is designed for Hammerhead – the code name for the Google Nexus 5.
One new feature is a printing option in the Settings menu. That suggests that Android 4.4 may come with the ability to print directly built in, saving you having to email a file to the printer.
Reports have suggested that the function may be powered by Google Cloud Print.
The Settings menu also has a number of new slots. They include payments and mobile plan management. The second option reportedly directs users to their carriers' plan management site.
It may be a function for use by carriers during preparation for testing the Nexus 5 on their networks, rather than a feature that will make it through to the retail version.
Other changes include a white notification bar with icons for Wi-Fi, battery and cloud, as well as a redesigned dialler. There are also new options available in the photo editor's menus.
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Via: The Gadget Helpline