Android KitKat 4.4.3: a minor update version recently released, was claimed to be a bug-fix update by the developers. After the update was provided for the Android users (not much users got the update, only a few models got it by the way), most of the bugs and errors prevailing on the Android devices were expected to be fixed.
Despite the claim and opposite to the expectation of the users, the new Android 4.4.3 update version KitKat has a lot of bugs: usually on the nexus devices: smartphones nexus 4, nexus 5, and tablets nexus 7 and nexus 10 (these were one of the few phones to get the update first, or overall). Though there are several bugs reported from the Motorola Moto X, Moto G, and Google Play Edition phones of other brands, the Nexus 5 is the one to get the most of the bugs in the new update. In this device, the new bug-fix update has brought even more bugs than the previous one, which is really annoying. The Nexus 4 has some wifi problems, along with the auto-brightness issues, while in case of Nexus 5, there are so many more along with those prevailing in the Nexus 4. Some of them are the lag in the dial pad screen, camera issues, problems with the notifications, Google Play Errors, EAS problems and many more.
The camera issue was said to be solved in the Android 4.4.3 update version, along with the Wi-Fi and other similar problems too. But they are reported in a similar way they used to appear, and there is really a question for google about its so-called bug-fix update. It must be stressed that these issues are not affecting all devices, although certain models are experiencing particular bugs more than others, as highlighted in the list above. Google has not yet acknowledged these reported problems publicly, so it is unclear whether or not the company is working on a fix to resolve them. Lets hope that Google will soon provide a new bug-fix update (a real one next time, not like the KitKat 4.4.3 one),, and in case you are suffering from one of the similar bugs in your smartphone or tablet, let us know by commenting below.