Google Nexus 5 users have been complaining about a camera app bug that causes an unusual increase in CPU usage. Google developers promised a bug fix in the next Android update. A new tweet suggests that a new Android KitKat build (build number KTU72B), which will be known as Android 4.4.3, is being tested, saying that the update will probably fix the bug. This may be the update the search giant promised.
The tweet comes from Twitter account @LlabTooFeR. It tweets, “Android 4.4.3 is under testing. Build number is KTU72B. Probably it will fix known camera bug.”
Sadly, apart from the bug fix, the tweet doesn’t mention the new features or enhancements the new version of KitKat has to offer. The tweet doesn’t mention when we should expect the update’s rollout to happen either.
However, we’re sure to hear more about the update in the coming weeks. Stay tuned.