As rumors have suggested, Google are indeed releasing Android 4.3, announced by Hugo Barra the Vice President of Android Product Management, the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system will debut on the new Nexus 7.

Still a version of Jelly Bean, the first new feature is multi-user support, allowing you o setup restricted profiles, and control what other user accounts can access. Support for OpenGL ES 3.0 will also be built-in, allowing developers to bring updated graphics to their applications, and there’s also a new DRM API for streaming Full HD content, that will roll out first in the new Netflix app.

There’s also enhanced support for Bluetooth on devices with low power.

However there’s not much else that we know about the update so far, Barra said that Android 4.3 Jelly Bean will launch on the new Nexus 7 via an over the air update starting today, after which the latest version will also make its way to the Nexus 4, original Nexus 7, Nexus 10 and Galaxy Nexus, then the Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Play Edition and the HTC One Google Edition soon after.

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