Google released 4.3 Jelly Bean on 24th July 2013. At that time the search giant gave the updation only for Nexus 7II devices. Today Google started rolling out Android 4.3 updation for Google edition phones.
Upon every android operating system updations it comes for first in Nexus devices, because of pure android running devices. The android 4.3 updation first arrives in Nexus7II tablet. This year the top Android manufacturers Samsung and HTC introduced stock Android version of their flagship smartphones. The Android 4.3 updation for all Google edition smartphones helps Samsung and HTC to provide pure Android experience.
The Android 4.3 updation for Google edition Samsung Galaxy SIV demands 150 MB in downloads. In the case of HTC ONE it is 180 MB. Android 4.3 updation for Google edition phones comes in build version JWR66V .Google ensures faster updations of Android 4.3 to all stock Android smartphones.
Android 4.3 updation for Google edition phones brings faster and smoother experience than previous release. The vsync timing, reduced touch latency, CPU input and also hardware accelerated 2D rendering promises fastness of new Jelly Bean updation of Android.
Android 4.3 updation for Google edition phones gives complete graphic supported performance through Open GL 3.0 updations. Both games and high end applications provide 2D and 3D capabilities. The Open GL 3.0 updations provide complete visual effects through stock Android smartphones.
The dial pad auto completion within android 4.3 Jelly Bean makes suggestions of names and phone numbers while typing. This helps you to complete messages much faster than before. Also users can easily switch from locked screen with android 4.3 much faster and easier.
The Bluetooth smart technology included in the Android 4.3 provides more battery stand by through efficient power management. Android 4.3 updation for Google edition phone also gets restricted profile features. Through this users can set a secured environment for their applications and data. It will raise the multiuser support with Android devices.
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