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The Nexus 4 Android 4.3, JellyBean update is apparently now available.
A Google+ user recently purchased a Nexus 4 off of Craigslist and later found out that the device was running Android 4.3.
The customer's name is Jeff Williams and he became more popular in the social networking world when he posted up a screenshot of the wildly popular Android device running software that has not been released yet. The build number on the firmware is JWR66N.
This same number has already shown up on other leaks. The most recent of these saw the software running on the Galaxy S4 Google Play edition.
Many Google+ users assumed the image was fake, however, others offered to help and after a few hours, they managed to get the system dump for this Nexus 4 running the new software, which confirmed it to be 100 percent real.
For more information on the system dump readers can click here.
Features found on this Android 4.3 build include a "new camera" and a new Bluetooth stack. The company confirmed back at Google I/O that the upcoming Android version will support Bluetooth Smart (BLE). This rumor appears to be quite accurate based on Google's earlier announcement.
Sites such as Android Authority believe that a ROM will be made available that brings the software to the Nexus 4 in the coming hours. Google has also scheduled a media event for July 24 where the new software and Nexus 7 tablet is expected to officially be unveiled.
The LG Nexus 4 was released towards the end of 2012 and has gone on to become one of the most popular Android devices on the market. It provides the specifications of many of the high-end devices currently available without all the unnecessary extras and bloatware.