There have been a few recent updates for Nexus devices, but they have been so minor that they haven’t been deemed to have a “point” added by Google.
That is until now. Rolling out to Nexus 7 devices, with the LTE model being the first cab off the rank, Google introduces Android 4.3.1. What this update brings is, umm, Google Keep as a standard app for Jelly Bean. There are probably a few bug and security fixes happening in the background, but the general feel of the update is that it’s pretty minor.
Here’s the nitty-gritty on the Android version, Baseband, Kernel and Build number:
But there are probably plenty of features that you might not be aware of that have been standard since 4.2, such as the clock can show multiple time zones:
The stopwatch can track time, count laps and splits and share your times:
Visit here for more information on what Android 4.3 can do, it is well worth a look to get the most out of your phone.
Have you received 4.3.1 ? What changes did it bring to you? Let us know in the comments!