Now that more Androids run on the Jelly Bean version than any other, it appears Google(s goog) is ready to improve the software. Over the past few weeks builds of Android 4.3 have appeared for Google Experience and Nexus devices, indicating that an update is on the horizon. The leaks also coincide nicely with a planned Google press event on July 24.
So what’s expected in Android 4.3? Most of the changes won’t be seen directly because the leaked software doesn’t show any changes to the Android user interface. Instead, basic improvements to how Android works are on tap. The software will now support Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy devices such as wearable wireless health monitors or smartwatches. And a new feature that turns Wi-Fi on temporarily to assist in with location-based services is also part of the upgrade.
Why no major changes? With Android 4.0 and up, Google appears…
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