Nexus 5 Android 4.4 KitKat log file leaks – shows build KRS74H
The Android 4.4 KitKat is still on the way and expected to arrive with Nexus 5 in next month but nothing is official can get at this time. However leakers and rumors are already working to spice up the vision a bit more with various facts. We can find a lot leaks here and there to think what is being cooked up in the kitchen of Google to give a new turn in Android market. A Nexus 5 Android 4.4 KitKat log file has just been appeared with the help of Nexus 5 phone having the build version KRS74H, thanks to Myce.com. The leaker has already made appearance many times in past with similar facts.
Myce.com is claiming that the Android 4.4 log file is 10MB in size containing 133,000 showing off details about device and build. The build we get with Android KitKat device can confirm that the device is Hammerhead that is already been appeared with the codename “LG-D820” and later turned into a Nexus 5 handset. The log file reveals a device featuring HD display with 1920 x 1080 resolution at 443 ppi.
The screenshot comes with three icons that you can find in the status bar. There’s a tweaked Wi-Fi signal that you can find even on new image. You can even view the debug icon similar to piece of pie, other are not very identical. Might be they are placed to show any notification, they own a Bluetooth icon on the top. People are claiming that the Kitkat KRS74H build was came to life on September 12. So it’s quite new and many other builds have already leaked from the same date.
Though we are not sure whether the new leak is offering true facts are not but we do hope that the Android 4.4 Nexus 5 is just a few weeks are month away.
Via: Android Police