Android KitKat To Support Low-End Phones, TVs And Wearable Technology

Posted: Oct 31 2013, 3:43am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 31 2013, 3:45am CDT, in Technology News


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Android KitKat to Support Low-End Phones, TVs and Wearable Technology
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Android KitKat will reportedly be coming up with cheaper versions of smartphones in the near future. And it will also support TVs and wearable technology too.

Android 4.4 KitKat is more than meets the eye. It is a last ditch effort by Google to make its products more accessible to the masses. The memory banks on the devices will be upgraded. Over 500Megabytes of Random Access Memory will feature on the gadgets. Half the Android gizmos have the capacity to run on the newly formed operating system.

The Android 4.4 will prove very helpful in the manufacture of Google smart watches. They will be more handy and powerful than the preceding versions. Over three brand new sensors will also get facilitation thanks to this platform. And the health monitoring capabilities present on the devices are absolutely superb.

Apart from the memory-savvy applications, Google is looking in the direction of wearable technology. The addition of three sensors is a step taken in response to Apple’s incorporation of a motion processor in its iPhone. Besides increasing the artificial intelligence of its smart phones, Google wants to be able to handle your television sets in remote control fashion.

All in all, Android KitKat operating system can only benefit Google on a large scale. The progress, fame and fortune it will garner for its parent company will make many others anxious. Google has done the world a lot of good by starting its KitKat platform. Let’s hope the good changes continue at this giant company which is Larry Page’s brainchild.

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