Nexus 5 “Kitkat” from Google

Just in the news that Google unveiled its Nexus 5 smartphone, the newest of its own branded device for the latest version of its Android operating system.
The fervently anticipated is powered by a new "KitKat" version of Android, which was redesigned to work across the wide range of handsets built with the Internet titan's free software inside.
The Nexus 5 is available for purchase in 10 countries through Google's online Play shop, priced at $349 for a 16-gigabyte model and $399 for a version with 32 gigabytes of memory.
The move sets out to address the problem that the wide variety of Android systems being used around the world make it challenging for makers of fun, functional or hip smartphone or tablet apps to design programs that work on all devices.
Changes in KitKat included fine tuning it to work with the limited memory capacities of Android smartphones priced for markets in developing countries or other places where buyers are on tight budgets. Google has partnered with South Korean consumer electronics giant LG to make the Nexus 5 smartphone to showcase the prowess of KitKat. KitKat was released to handset makers to begin building their own smartphones using the software.