The Chrome bug tracker is acting as a source of information regarding upcoming Android releases once again, this time revealing what could be a build of Android 4.4 KitKat.


The build, KRS74B, was found running on both the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10. A Google developer reported a bug using a Nexus 10 running Android version “mantaray-userdebug KLP KRS74D,” which was followed by another report that had the same build number but with a B at the end. The build does say KLP (Key Lime Pie) instead of something like KK for KitKat, but that’s normal as Google had decided to keep Key Lime Pie as the internal codename, something which they confirmed during the announcement Android 4.4.

The presence of this KitKat build backs up the rumor that Android 4.4 will be unveiled in mid-October, along with the Nexus 5. When you throw in the recent appearance of a Nexus 5 in a bar, well, the day is not far before we can all have a piece of the chocolate-flavoured version of the world’s most popular mobile OS. Let’s hope it tastes good, eh?


Source: Myce