Nexus 5 seems to be all the rage over the internet, and the folks at Google seem to be doing too many teases and leaks. After the Play Store leak, we are pretty sure the Nexus 5 cannot get any clearer before launch. On the side, Nestle has been dropping hints on Twitter which seem to suggest an October 28th release of Android KitKat 4.4. We know how fond Google is of puzzles and neat little tricks ( we’ve seen plenty on the Search Engine ). This seems to be rubbing off on their Nestle Partnership and we hope these dropped hints come true.
— KITKAT (@KITKAT) October 15, 2013
Nestle’s Twitter handle posted a few musical references pointing to an October 28th release. According to the folks over at Engadget, the “Everybody Dance Now” points to C+C Music Factory, earlier known as ‘The 28th Street Crew”. The “This Is It” reference is much clearer, likely pointing to Michael Jackson’s This Is It documentary-concert, also released on October 28th. Also, the Nexus 4 and Android 4.2 made their grande appearance on October the 29th last year, and we hope that Android 4.4 KitKat gets here as fast as it possible can. In the meantime, we have also seen a 7-minute long video on YouTube showing what looks like a Nexus 5 running an early version of KitKat ( It is still called KeyLimePie 4.4 in the video ). We have it embedded below.
Sometimes you have to look for the signs… pic.twitter.com/XNBxaGP3sD
— KITKAT (@KITKAT) October 16, 2013