Yesterday saw the release of Android 4.4.3, which includes a plethora of bug fixes and minor enhancements that will surely improve the user experience for Android smartphone owners. And now we have a changelog. The update itself is already starting to roll out to specific hardware and we've covered other Android devices getting in line to be upgraded.
It's worth noting that while this open source changelog is available, it does not include any details regarding proprietary components from Google or additional manufacturers. Still, it's good to see what's new. Let us know in the comments should you come across any entries you find interesting.
Source: Funky Android
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