The third incremental update to Android could be on its way and Google has apparently been working on fine tuning some of the apps and fixing some of the more common bugs users appear to be having on the Nexus 5, one of those is the blue tinge seen on almost all photos containing any hints of blue.
Google has been frequently updating the Nexus 5 camera, trying to fix some of the common issues with quality and speed. When the Nexus 5 first came out, the software ran really poorly, taking a few seconds to load and the quality of each photo was quite awful, not living up to the standards of some Android phones.
When it came time to review the Nexus 5, plenty of reviewers scored it poorly on camera, because it did not offer anything great and most of the photos taken had some sort of issue. Google has sorted most of this out and it looks like another burden will be taken care of in the Android KitKat 4.4.3 update, arriving soon.
Android KitKat 4.4.3 appears to be the last incremental update from Google fixing bugs on the Nexus 5 and we believe they will be spamming the fixes on this update across all of the Google phone, making sure it is safe to keep using for another year, without tweaking and fixing.
They will most likely start concentrating their efforts on the next version of Android KitKat 4.5 to come alongside Android Wear at Google I/O, expect deep integration with smart watches and other wearables and possibly hints at Google Glass phone pairing.