Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) is known for its pranks, brain teasers and Easter Eggs hidden in its products and services, and that’s why it is a high possibility that Google can hint the release date of Android 4.4 KitKat in its own typical way. Previously it was rumored that Google will be announcing the highly anticipated Nexus 5 smartphone, as well as the new Android 4.4 KitKat on October 15th, but that date came and went, and nothing happened. It turns out that it was yet another false rumor that we hear on the Internet.
KitKat release date hint
But now, KitKat’s official Google+ account has posted the dancing Android robot confectionery, with the tag “Everybody dance now! #AndroidKITKAT,” which again makes us think as if Google is trying to tell us through hints about the release date of Android KitKat.
Some of the comments on the status message said that “Everybody Dance Now” by C&C Music Factory was released on October 18th 1990, which means that Android 4.4 will be announced on October 18th. But that’s just one theory. Now, let’s talk about the second image that KitKat posted today.
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Second image teaser
The second teaser image makes us confused because the status message says “Sometimes you have to look for the signs” and the image says “This is it.” This is it is a documentary on Michael Jackson which was released on 28th October 2009. With this new image, we’re now left confused and torn between the two different dates – is it October 18th or 28th? Whatever it is, it is highly likely that Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) will release the Android KitKat during October, and users will probably start getting updates during the month of November.
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) for sure knows how to tease us with the release date of its upcoming Android OS. Have you decoded anything from these images, or found any pattern? If yes, then let us know, as like others, we’re also excited about Android KitKat.