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Images of Early Android 4.4 Build Leak – Tweaked Dialer, KLP Easter Egg, Payments Setting, and More

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If you had been waiting for a preview or leak of Android 4.4 that comes off as very convincing, today’s bundle of images from GadgetHelpline may be just that. The tech site has posted up over a dozen photos of an early build of Android 4.4, showing mostly minor changes throughout the OS, but enough to get Android enthusiasts excited. This also could be a Nexus 5.

We should point out that this is clearly a pre-Kit Kat build, as it’s labeled as KeyLimePie and also features a KLP Easter Egg (pictured above). This all seems like it would be a lot of work for someone to fake, so let’s take a look.

UI Changes

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The UI changes are said to be ultra-minimal, which isn’t all that surprising as Android in general has matured quite nicely over the last couple of releases. This report does indicate that the notification bar color scheme has changed to white or grey, away from the Android blue that has taken up that space for a couple of years. We first saw proof of this change thanks to a Google screenshot on the Play store.

We’re also seeing a new dialer with bright blue bottom bar and a white or grey top half. This looks nothing like the allegedly leaked dialer from a few weeks back, which we now believe was more than likely a Kit Kat mock-up served up to a couple of sites as trollbait.

In the image below, we’re seeing an unchanged app drawer, along with unchanged icons. So again, according to this report, the UI changes are indeed very minimal. Not surprising, right?

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Camera and Gallery

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The camera UI doesn’t appear to have changed either, but this report does indicate that the photo editor has changed or at least has added enhancements. In 4.4, we should see Tilt-Shift, Center Focus, Negative and Posterize effects. We may even be able to adjust the share size of a photo, you know, to make it easier to share quickly to Instagram.

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System

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On a system and settings level, we’re seeing a couple of new options added: Payments and Printing. This report didn’t dive into either, but Printing seems pretty self explanatory. And actually, the choice to print from almost anywhere in the OS appeared throughout. Payments is a bit more interesting though, even if we don’t know what’s on the other side of it. What does Google have up its sleeve there?

The rest of the settings shows a KeyLimePie build with a “hammerhead” (aka Nexus 5) reference, and a kernel version built on August 28. So by no means is this thing new, which we already know thanks to the name.

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Note:  In one of the screenshots above, we’re seeing an option for “Manage mobile plan” under the Wireless & networks section. As one reader has already pointed out, this is a setting seen in ROMs like Paranoid Android, so that’s something to be aware of. The entire package here looks pretty legit, but that obviously is one red flag, since that option is not in Android 4.3.

What do you guys think? Real? Enough to get you excited about Kit Kat? How much can change from this early build to an official release?

Via:  GadgetHelpline

  • Lucas French

    I’ve been looking for these branded KitKat packages for a few weeks. My friend found one today in Dothan, AL. They were BOGO. Let the winning begin ladies.

    • Brandi Davis

      Where in Dothan, AL?? Need to know!!

      • Lucas French

        Murphy USA at the North side Wal-mart on Montgomery Hwy.

        • Brandi Davis

          Thank you very much!! Will be going soon.

  • antinorm

    Is it Kit Kat or Key Lime Pie?

    • Skittlez

      kitkat. this is an early build, like it says in the title

  • Gnex

    I call BS.

  • https://www.facebook.com/aaron.williams.125 Champion1229

    The whole white thing is going to take some getting used to because I’m so used to the white symbols meaning not connected and the blue ones meaning connected (ie wifi turns blue when it has an internet connection, not just a white wifi signal or the 4G LTE symbol turns blue when it is connected to the internet.

    • Chris

      Google wants everything white.

  • kashtrey

    I know it’s an early build but it’s weird printing has the same icon as accessibility.

  • Tyler Casilio

    The dialer looks similar to the pics that leaked a few weeks ago. The big difference is the Phone icon isn’t in a circle

  • Tony Stark

    Please incorporate the transparent onscreen buttons from the LG G2!

  • Guy Meatdrapes

    yes…

  • Guy Meatdrapes

    i want it…. now

  • Guy Meatdrapes

    h

  • Nawan

    Where is 3.8 kernel????

  • silentbob2003

    When the hell are they gonna let you customize the tiles in the pull-down menu?

    • John Davids

      Load CM, AOKP, PA, or honestly any other ROM. They all allow deep quick tile customization.

      • silentbob2003

        Thanks, but I’m not really the ROMing type. I’d think it’d be a no-brainer for Android to have this functionality.

        • John Davids

          lol thats fine. I mean I am sure it is on Google’s radar to implement. They are pretty good at taking great ideas from custom ROMs and putting it into AOSP. All I was saying is that if you wanted it right-now (as your OP seemed to allude to) there are a plethora of options to do it right-now, is all.

  • Pratik Holla

    Really wish hangouts can get SMS integration.

    • jh123416

      amen

    • chris_johns

      and mms…without mms sms is useless…and speed enhancements in hangouts since it takes 5 seconds to long to open

  • Droid Ronin

    Motorola is testing the 4.4 build for the AT&T Moto X and the dialer looks like the one in the leak (blue with white background).

    • http://www.baldypal.com/ BaldyPal

      and you know this how? has Sarge been talking to you too?

      • Droid Ronin

        I’m in their user trial test program. This is just what I’ve heard from the AT&T folks…I haven’t gotten the update on my device yet.

        • Dave

          that be awesome if true. Its just hard to believe because motorola was not supposed to get special treatment and since kitkat isnt out thats what this would be

          • Tyler

            I believe if you are part of the open handset alliance you get early access to new android versions. It just takes other companies with more software enhancements longer to port over their stuff.

        • housry23

          Bro, you’re full of it! I have an AT&T Moto X. I am a tester for Motorola and the latest test is still 4.2.2. I hope they skip 4.3 and go straight to 4.4, but this is the first I’ve heard of 4.4 for the Moto X.

          • guest

            he is probably referring to a internal user trail/dog fooding group not for outsiders ..he is probably a google/moto employee

          • Droid Ronin

            I’m in the internal dogfooding group, not the external soak test group. FYI, I already have 4.3 on my Moto X and hope to get the upgrade to 4.4 soon.

            BTW, it’s okay, you didn’t know.

          • housry23

            That’s pretty sweet Droid Ronin! I wish I could get in on this internal dogfooding group. Skipping 4.3 and going straight to 4.4 seems like the logical thing to do depending on how far along the testing is.

    • Bender Bending Rodriguez

      Per sarge?

    • Dave

      please share details!

    • Gnex

      Not sure if trolling..

  • #D

    I know I might be somewhat alone here, but I would love a complete overhaul like from GB to ICS. That was great. Even the fake mockups that were posted a while ago, that would be AMAZING. I just cant justify buying the Nexus 5 right now unless Google really surprises us.

    • joejoe5709

      Of course we’d all love that so I don’t think you’re necessarily in the minority per se. But I think a lot of us are still “okay” with the current design. It still competes very well well with iOS7 and WP. It’s a very stylish and comfortable design that still runs great on older phones so there’s no need for a major change just yet. If I were Google, I’d make ICS/JB/KK the absolute best it can be while designing a beast of an overhaul. At that point, WP and iOS will look ancient by comparison.

  • Joe Fischer

    This doesn’t really make sense…There is a KLP easter egg even though it has been confirmed that the next version will be called Kit Kat? Also the one screen shot in the about phone section clearly says that it is a nexus 4. Totally fake

    • #D

      Even Google employees didn’t know about KIt Kat. And that fact that this is an old leak says something about that. It probably isn’t fake even if it was taken on a nexus 4. All leaks so far were taken on a current gen nexus device.

    • Skittlez

      thats why the article is called early images of 4.4 build. this is from back when it was called KLP. the other thread a while back about images of 4.4 is probably more relevant

  • Ben Murphy

    Excited about what? Nothing changed.

  • I still love Android

    Honestly… We Android users should be preparing for what iOS users have been experiencing for years… The progress trap. What more can Google give to us? Better camera? So what, it won’t be the best smartphone cam on the market. Project butter? Pssft. Unless it’s some extremely advanced new way of doing basically everything, we’re looking at minor updates, tweaks and such…

    • Stewie

      I believe you mean Progress Plateau … Until something new comes along, we level off …

    • a3uge

      There’s a lot to be done. Hangouts should be combined with stock messaging app, optomization for battery performance, app permissions is kind of a mess, volume control needs addressing (actually be able to turn down media volume BEFORE you start playing something), the stock camera app STILL needs updating because it’s not intuitive and doesn’t have any filters, settings toggles needs configuration like CM, no system backup still, better contact managment with syncing addresses and whatnot (should be able after a friend texts me their address have a quick option to save it)… just some things off the top of my head that have bugged me.

      Maybe I’m nitpicking, but there’s a lot of software tuning that needs to be done… and there’s obviously a lot of work going forward with new technologies like (on screen) fingerprint scanning, google glass, and other smart devices.

      • joejoe5709

        Agreed 100%. Android is awesome, but polish and optimization is what we need.

        As for the Progress Plateau… that’s partially WP and iOS’s fault too. They don’t change often enough to force Google’s hand. Also, go ask any knowledgeable Apple salesman. Whether we like it or not, familiarity sells phones better than anything else. New UI’s and new tech can sometimes scare off consumers. Just look at the recent distribution numbers. JB is nearly 50% and that’s a very very good thing. Throw in ICS and nearly 70% of Android users are a very recent version that (for the most part) operates all the same.

        • a3uge

          Kind of, but if a user goes from
          Samsung to LG to a Nexus, they’ve experienced 3 different UIs with major UI changes
          - probably more changes than they’ll encounter from switching between Android
          versions.

          • joejoe5709

            So? That’s a different thing entirely. That’s like saying driving a Kia is different than driving a Hyundai even though they’re basically the same thing. But for each Kia Optima, year to year and sometimes generation to generation there’s not always a massive change.

            Sure, Touchwiz is not the same as stock Android but Touchwiz changes very little from version to version same as Android changes (relatively) little from version to version.

            I was mainly agreeing with you that there’s polish that needs to be done and there’s also no need to worry about a supposed Progress Plateau.

      • RXG9

        A fix for the media volume that I’ve found is to use “Volume Control Widget” by Adam Wolfe Gordon on the Play Store. Here is a link

        https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ca.xvx.volume&hl=en

        I put the widget on my homescreen and set it to “Media” and I can control the media sound before a song starts playing. :) Hope this helps.

        • a3uge

          But you still have to go to your homescreen to adjust volume, as opposed to just being able to quickly do that from anywhere without losing too much focus on the app I’m in. Say I’m in YouTube and want to play a video on silent – there’s no actual way outside of navigating 5 or 6 clicks through settings in the top pulldown or going to the homescreen for a widget to adjust the volume before I start playing a video. If media isn’t playing, it will change my ringer volume… something which I rarely change and don’t think it’s the job of the volume rocker to do.

          • RXG9

            Oh, I didn’t realize you wanted to do it anywhere. I’m not sure if your running stock Android or have a custom rom, but I’m on Carbon rom on my GNex and when I push the volume rocker either up or down I have the option to change 3 volume settings (ringer, media & alarm). I can do this from inside any app. If you really want this feature you could flash a custom rom.

    • Daeshaun Griffiths

      i’m waiting for it to become a hands free OS. Soon…

  • Droid Ronin

    I’m hoping that the Payments setting allows any phone with NFC to perform tap-to-pay purchases with Google Wallet, but that’s merely wishful thinking.

  • Guest

    Are transparent status and notification bars too much to ask for?

  • erikbjerkeli

    “Manage Mobile Plan” is an option on the N7FHD with a Verizon SIM under “More” in Wireless & Networks settings. I’m using the stock ROM

    • http://www.droid-life.com Kellex B

      Indeed it is. Updating again.

    • joejoe5709

      Proof of a Verizon Nexus 5.

      I’m kidding. Or am I? ;-)

  • Jaggari

    I think they should start renaming their devices

    For Phones, Nexus Phone
    For 7” Tablets, Nexus Tab
    For 10” Tablets, Nexus Pad

    That way they would be able to number them accordingly without confusing people and themselves

    • jb

      It seems to only confuse stupid people.

      • YEMan0443

        so then who’s the stupid one when the Nexus Phone gets to 7 and you have the Nexus 7 and Nexus 7? Stupid

        • jb

          I see ur one of the people I was describing…With this years nexus 7 its clear that they are continuing the same naming convention from last year…nexus phones and tablets named for their screen size…there is no separate naming scheme between phones and tablets…people who don’t understand this by now are really….

    • joejoe5709

      Lol. Sounds like an LG/Samsung type system and that would be too confusing.

      There’s rumors otherwise but my theory is that each phone/tablet will follow its own numbering system. The new Nexus 7 didn’t change names and I bet the Nexus 10 won’t either unless they make it an 11″ screen. The Nexus 5 is not only the 5th Nexus phone, but it has a 5″ (okay 4.9″ something) screen. But if there were a Nexus 4 replacement with a 4.7(ish) screen, it would still be called the Nexus 4. I think we’ll eventually start putting the model year onto the names such as Nexus 7 2012 and Nexus 7 2013.

  • Ryan Stewart

    Hoooleeeecrraaapppp. Are they enabling Cloud Print across the OS?

    This would totally rock my tablet world. There are only two reasons I fire up my computer anymore: video editing and printing. If any application could send documents to my printer from my tablet then I would only be firing up my computer once a month.

    • Guy Meatdrapes

      ummm…… printershare?

      • Ryan Stewart

        ummm, see my other response.

    • renGek

      I use cloud print.

      • Ryan Stewart

        I do when I can but not all applications support it since they have to build their own framework for it. If Google were to have you install a printer like windows, that was available across the OS, then a simple API could allow any app to send jobs to it.

        • T_Dizzle

          This would be great. I don’t like that my bro in law who has an iTerd can print just about anything effortlessly and I have to work at it.

  • jdhas

    Really not crazy about the grey icons in the status bar.

    • Stewie

      Ditto, liked blue …

    • mec

      where do you see them? i dont, leaning toward calling this a fake…

    • TheDrizzle

      I agree. So bland. I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I actually like the color added to iOS7. It would not be cool to see iOS and Android switch places on the color palette front.

    • WalkerNA

      Just upgraded from a Gingerbread phone to Jelly Bean and am experiencing the Blue for the first time. Really like and think ‘grey’ will be too boring

      • David Henry

        Congrats on the upgrade! That must have been a dramatic change for the best

    • palomosan

      Yeah, I prefer the colors we have now.

    • Jérôme Besnard

      I don’t want to give up the blue.

    • joejoe5709

      Maybe wishful thinking, but I still think there will be a color choosing system of some kind. If not, there’s still the custom ROMs that will probably allow that.

    • Skittlez

      i have a feeling that the items in the status bar will change to contrast with whats on the rest of the screen. i’ve seen grey, white and red up there so far

      • jdhas

        That would be very cool indeed.

        • Skittlez

          i’d love it, and i think the notification bar and bottom on screen button bar is gonna do it too

  • onDroid

    Why are the icons for printing and accessibility the same? I’m leaning toward this being fake but who knows.

    • nvitone23

      great point!

    • Jeroen Pardon

      Well, could just be a placeholder icon.

  • JRUIV

    I would like the on screen home button panel to be smaller so we can have more screen space. Especially in landscape mode

    • jbdan

      Can’t see how this would disrupt anything at all. Good idea

  • samosa king

    Please let this be real.

    • Guest, y u no use disqus?

      quit posting so much nonsense

  • JohanV
  • sc0rch3d

    combine hangouts and google voice or GTFO

    • http://brgulker.wordpress.com/ brgulker

      Hangouts and messaging for me.

      • jbdan

        Hangouts, GVoice, and SMS (:

        • J Dub

          Add MMS to the above.

          • El_Big_CHRIS

            Yeah pretty much everything. I need to get a unified messaging app.

  • mec

    nothing on notification icons front?

  • Paul

    I really wish they’d do something about the widget drawer. I hate scrolling through 30 pages of widgets to try and find one at the end of the alphabet. Worse yet, the scrolling lags while trying to load the few widgets that actually make use of the widget previews. The rest just look ugly while lagging and uselessly taking up space.

    • Jeroen Pardon

      This.

      The widget drawer is terrible. In fact the entire widget system should be overhauled, it’s way too messy and inconsistent.

    • mustbepbs

      What’s strange about it is when you use a third party launcher like Nova and change the scrolling to vertical, there’s no lag and things load quickly. As soon as you go back to horizontal scrolling it gets gummed up.

      • GoBlue

        There is a little lag, but not nearly as much as horizontal scrolling,

        • ddevito

          I have zero lag on my Moto X – anywhere.

          • http://www.baldypal.com/ BaldyPal

            <~~ needs a 32GB custom moto X now. i'm losing it over here. Come on Moto Maker on VZW. Can't get here soon enough!

          • Larizard

            me wants a customized Moto X too.. my GNex is almost dead, giving me the “SIM Card Removed” error… almost everyday..

          • Diablo81588

            Agreed. No lag in the UI anywhere. Coincidentally the only minor lag I’ve had so far is on the Droid Life desktop site, when its loading Disqus comments and you scroll through before it finishes.

          • ddevito

            that’s probably a chrome issue. Chrome for Android is laggy at time I find

          • ApplesNAndroids

            That’s because the Moto X hides lag with animation. Almost like it slows stuttering down to look like it’s supposed to be there. I liked my Moto X a lot though and was my favorite android phone to date.

          • capecodcarl

            Why did you get rid of the Moto X if you liked it?

          • Daeshaun Griffiths

            source?

          • Gnex

            Sounds like he/she just made it up. The Moto X uses the same animation settings as any other stock Android device.

          • GoBlue

            Not all of us are lucky enough to have one of those yet! In line for the Moto X 2 already.

      • Eric R.

        They need to bring back pressing on the homescreen and the menu pops up

      • everettedl

        Holy crap you’re right! How did it not know this???

    • D1andOnlyOmen

      Seriously?!? You haven’t figured out that you can just hit the “tab” at the top that says “Widgets” to get there without scrolling through all your apps?!?!?

    • David Henry

      I feel your pain. Another reason I absolutely love Action Launcher. Even with widgets you can hover over the letter to quickly get you there.

      • Droid Ronin

        Also liking the workaround with Action Launcher Pro.

    • Pengwn

      Action Launcher has an awesome solution to this problem. When you slide out the quick drawer, they have the alphabet on the right side. You can either scroll your finger along the letters to quickly scroll through your options or tap the letter for the widget you’re looking for and it takes you right there. I understand you’re looking for a better stock experience, but there are options out there to solve those problems.

      • a3uge

        Gah, I just wish it was a little harder to mistakenly swype to when I’m closing the app slideout drawer.

    • Greyhame

      Agree! Also, please make Quick Settings both configurable and toggle properly. Make it happen Google!!

    • br_hermon

      Hey, I’ve got an idea! What if they implement where if you long press on the homescreen you’ll get a list to choose from then you can vertically scroll to find what you want!

      Oh…. wait… :/

    • TheSparks

      Seriously prefer the old setup for the widget drawer.
      Unless Google can pull something more efficient.

    • xpyroxcorex

      it would be nice if the widgets from the same apps would be grouped together, some of my widgets i have 4-6 for one app. that would break down a little time

  • litobirdy

    I reallly hope that white/grey status bar is NOT the default or can be changed

    • jbdan

      I love the change. The JB/ICS blue is dated now. Well to my eyes it is… who had the GNex upon launch. Guess it just got old. However, I do not mind the blue within the dialer

    • Jeroen Pardon

      I really liked the idea of the colors changing based on the app color, but those were probably fake.

    • jbdan

      And another thing. Don’t know if it’s just the photos (or screen tech) but the JB blue looks much more pale or faded and I do like that.

  • Daeshaun Griffiths

    Still kernel 3.4. Sadness. Was hoping for 3.9+
    The google home apk is the only thing (leaked) i’m interested in now.
    My moto x is on 3.4.42 so i’ll bite my tongue.

    • imnotmikal

      Google Home?

    • Zargh

      Good catch.

  • Justin Kos

    Pls do something with messaging

    • DrBenji

      For the love of god, yes. Or just buy out the devs who made Textra and have them rewrite the stock app from the ground up.

      • SemahjLam

        I think sliding messaging is better and closer to stock

    • jbdan

      Amen +1!

  • guest

    News and weather, do we still need it? its ugly…

    • brkshr

      I use it every day to check out the general news topics and my custom news topics. If you guys know of a better news app to get the top stories for custom topics, please let me know!

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  • samosa king

    I really like the dialer. Besides, it looks like another ParanoidAndroid ROM because of the “Manage mobile plan”.

  • Eric Hare

    The fake mockup dialer looks better than this one.

  • Omar Amer

    Nope, Fake. Says it is running KeyLimePie which is sooo last year.

    • samosa king

      Please do your research.

      • Omar Amer

        guess people cant see comedy on the internets?

      • Detonation

        whoosh

  • jbdan

    Can’t wait for KK looking nice

    • Rammstein

      You were a ‘K’ away from causing an uproar ;)

      • jbdan

        Indeed. I’m afraid that will be commonplace now that KLP is no more. Or some might use Kkat?…. (:

        • Plazmic Flame

          4.K?

  • NexusPhan

    It’s showing “hamamerhead” and “Nexus 4″ on the same about screen. Looks like Google might be sticking with the Nexus 4 (2013) name or this is a fake. It has to be one or the other.

    • http://www.droid-life.com Kellex B

      As far as I know, Google was disguising the Nexus 5 as just another Nexus 4 up until recently.

      • NexusPhan

        Interesting. It could easily go either way. They can’t keep bumping the number every revision or there will be some serious confusion. I was thinking the 4.96″ Nexus is the Nexus 4 (2013) and the next nexus with Android 5.0 (and maybe a 5.0″+ screen) would be the Nexus 5 and stay that way.

    • bvsbutthd101

      It wouldn’t make sense for them to keep the same name.

      • NexusPhan

        You mean like the Nexus 7 (2013)?

        • bvsbutthd101

          It’s called the Nexus 7 because it has a 7″ screen

          • Jeroen Pardon

            Well, the new Nexus phone isn’t 5″, so…

          • bvsbutthd101

            But it’s the 5th nexus device so…

          • Jeroen Pardon

            But you’re saying the screen size is what determines the name. And besides, it isn’t the 5th Nexus device either.

          • bvsbutthd101

            I didn’t say screen size determines the name. Only said that about the Nexus 7. And if you want to get technical. The first google phone wasn’t called a nexus. G1, Nexus One, Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, and Potentially Nexus 5. So I’m I wrong to say this would be the 5th Nexus phone

          • Abgar Musayelyan

            by that logic i would include the OG droid and the xoom in that list as well.

          • bvsbutthd101

            Are you saying the OG Droid and xoom are nexus devices?

          • Ray Gray

            1.Nexus One,2.Nexus S, 3.Galaxy Nexus, 4.Nexus 4… seems like the next number would be 5 to me.

          • Jeroen Pardon

            He’s talking about devices.

            In that case it’s 1.Nexus One 2.Nexus S 3.Galaxy Nexus. 4. Nexus 4 5.Nexus 7 (2012). 6.Nexus 10 7. Nexus 7 (2013) 8.Nexus 4/5 (2013)

            Throwing in the Nexus Q seemed too much.

            It’s the fifth Nexus phone, yes.

          • Ray Gray

            Why would non phones be included in the numbering scheme that doesn’t make much sense.

          • Jeroen Pardon

            Again, he was talking about _devices_

            A Nexus phone is a Nexus device, and a Nexus tablet is too.

          • bvsbutthd101

            I changed it, I was talking about the phones. My mistake.

          • bvsbutthd101

            It just so happens their tablets are the only devices where you can make the correlation between the name and screen size. I think it’s just coincidence it would be called the Nexus 5 while having a 5″ screen, and who knows. It might be named something else. A lot of people were convinced the next version of Android was going a to be named “Key Lime Pie”

          • Jeroen Pardon

            How so?

            Nexus 4=4″
            Nexus 7=7″
            Nexus 10=10″

            The previous phones had a clearly different naming scheme.

          • bvsbutthd101

            Nexus 4 has a 4.7″ (not 4″) display. I believe their naming scheme for their phones are different compared to their tablets.

          • NexusPhan

            And where do you stop? You have to stop somewhere because you can’t have a Nexus 6 with a 5″ screen and a Nexus 7 with a 7″ screen. Or two nexus 7s one with a 5″ and one with a 7″.

          • Daeshaun Griffiths

            Soon we’ll be identifying nexus models with the year number

    • Jeroen Pardon

      Even then, why wouldn’t Google be testing on the Nexus 4 as well?

      • NexusPhan

        The device name wouldn’t show up as hammerhead. It would be mako.

        • Jeroen Pardon

          Oh duh, right ;) My bad

    • WAldenIV

      I’m not buying that lime wedge as authentic.

      • Abgar Musayelyan

        after reading your coment and revisiting that image i think this enire leak is a hoax.

  • Joshua Bailey

    Interesting. Liking it thus far. Hopefully finished product will look great.