Google Announces Shipping of Android 4.3 with Nexus 7

Google Announces Shipping of Android 4.3 with Nexus 7Google announced on Wednesday that the newly updated Nexus 7 will be shipped with the new software, Android 4.3. The announcement was made at a special Google event, held in San Francisco.

The older Google Nexus devices will also have the software. However, Android 4.3 has not been found to be a big enough upgrade that it could get a dessert name of its own.

It is being said that the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablets would be getting the upgrades over the air alongside Google's Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 4 smartphones.

Android product management's vice president, Hugo Barra, said that the software would soon be accessible to Galaxy S4 as well as the HTC One's Google Play editions.

However, he did not reveal when the new software would be there with other Google Android devices. It is, therefore, likely that the customers purchasing the Galaxy S4 and HTC One, which have been introduced lately, from wireless operators, would be waiting for the new upgrades for a while.

It would be akin to people, who would need to wait for Verizon Wireless' network, since they are buying the recently launched Motorola Droid smartphones. The Motorola X, its new flagship, is being unveiled by Motorola, now run by Google, the report found.