With the launch of Android 4.4 almost imminent, it was only a matter of time until we came across a few leaks of the new OS. Some rumors over the last couple of weeks have indicated that Google will be going with a slightly revamped user interface. And a new update to the Korean IME Keyboard in the Google Play Store has revealed a new screenshot showing some of these rumored changes. This is clearly different from what we have seen before and it seems like someone over at Google has uploaded this screenshot by error.
The screenshot reveals the standard keyboard layout at first glance, but the real revelation is at the top where the battery indicator and Wi-Fi symbols are shown. These icons here are displayed in a plain grey color rather than the traditional blue from Android‘s Holo UI (since Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich).
The top left also reveals the USB debugging indicator which in the case of Jelly Bean is a symbol of Jelly Bean, but here it’s a chunk of a pie. This is a clear indicator of Android Key Lime Pie which is now known as Android KitKat, so we might see this bit being changed when the final version of the OS is released. It is believed that the changes with Android 4.4 go much beyond what’s visible here, so we will eagerly look forward to October when Google is expected to unveil the new OS.
Source: Google Play Store
Via: Android Police