For a minor update, Android 4.4.3 sure has been among the most elusive versions of the OS, refusing to roll out to devices despite appearing in numerous leaks and rumors. Last month, Sprint raised a false alert when it said Android 4.4.3 would be rolling out to the Nexus 5, and now, T-Mobile has announced on its support pages that the update will go out to not one, but three Nexus devices starting today.
The devices listed by T-Mobile are the Nexus 5, its 2012 predecessor, and the Nexus 7 2013, with the update slated to bring security enhancements and bug fixes. Android 4.4.3 is expected to bring fixes for issues such as connection drops, random reboots and slow camera focus on the Nexus 5, and it could finally start making its way to users today. If it doesn’t, it would be a good idea for Google to just skip directly to the next major version of Android, instead of whetting our appetites all the time only to then hold out on rolling out the update.
Have any of you received a notification for Android 4.4.3 on your phone or tablet yet?