Android Community reports new features seen in a video featuring Google's unreleased Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS.

After numerous reports and leaks, we are pretty much convinced that the next update for Android isn't going to push that number up to 5.0 but rather just 4.3. Google's next Android release will update the version to 4.3 (which is still Jelly Bean). The reason for this is that Android 4.3 will hardly bring significant new features to the OS, and thus pushing the version number to 5.0 is hardly justified (don't worry, Key Lime Pie isn't canceled, just delayed). Well, a leaked video tells us of at least one new feature that we'll definitely see with this update, an updated camera UI.

The video showcases the Google Nexus 4 running on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. A new and updated camera UI and its features was shown off in the video. For a brief period, we get a glimpse of the home screen and app drawer which appears to be virtually unchanged. As of now, we have no further details regarding the new features of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.

Reports suggest a June 10th release date for the next iteration of Android. Google will probably announce their updated Nexus 4 with LTE and 32 GB of storage on the same date.

Source: Android Community via SlashGear