Originally Posted by marcoplo
Kit kat outline
-as little as 512MB RAM. targeted recommendations and options to run Android 4.4 efficiently, even on low-memory devices
-NFC-based transactions through Host Card Emulation
-Android apps can now print any type of content over Wi-Fi or cloud-hosted services such as Google Cloud Print.
-A build in a document provider
-support for hardware sensor batching, a new optimization that can dramatically reduce power consumed by ongoing sensor activities.
-new full-screen immersive mode that lets you create full-bleed UIs reaching from edge to edge on phones and tablets, hiding all system UI
-make it easier to create high-quality animations in your app
-provides a screen recording utility
-MPEG-DASH and other formats that enables seamless change in resolution during playback
-Common Encryption for DASH
-HTTP Live Streaming
-Audio Tunneling to DSP platform support for audio tunneling to a digital signal processor (DSP) in the device chipset. With tunneling, audio decoding and output effects
-Audio timestamps for improved AV sync, audio output HAL to applications
-GPU acceleration , GLES2.0 SurfaceFlinger, New Hardware Composer support for virtual displays
-Bluetooth HID over GATT (HOGP),extension to Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3
-built-in IR blasters
-Wi-Fi Tunneled Direct Link Setup (TDLS).
any many security tweaking
Can not wait !
That mean sony have not excuse to not provide xperia z because it has 2 gb ram
Nice something new after 2 years of the borring Jelly bean
More like for the Sony Xperia S as it has seen the least support
Sent from my Xperia S using xda app-developers app