Pictures showing a Nexus 4 smartphone running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean as well as its hands-on video have hit the web, which showcases an updated UI of Camera app and suggests that the next Android OS version may soon be launched.

As you can see from the image (shown above), Android 4.3 is clearly shown on the Nexus 4 device with a build number “JWR45B” that is a little different from what we had seen before in server logs, but all the build numbers sighted on the log started with the letter J. Also, adding more authenticity to the leak, an Easter Egg has also been included, check it out below.


Now coming to the hands-on video part, as you can see in the following video, despite the fact the person had full access to the device, only the camera app in portrait mode is shown.

The video is pretty consistent with the images offered before and reveals that the button layout of the camera app has been redesigned. However, things are looking quite sketchy at the moment as it’s quite odd for a new Android version to first appear at a Thailand Mobile Expo, instead of a more suitable venue like the recently passed Google I/O developer event. We’ll be keeping you updated when there arises more development regarding the matter.

(via Droid Life Source-1, Source-2)