Google has just introduced some updates to the Android 4.2 changelog, where it has taken note of the entire slew of new features that are found in the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system. For those of you who have had experienced failing eyesight due to the scourge of aging and time, the magnifier in Android 4.2, when enabled, allows the user to triple tap on the screen to experience full screen magnification. Apart from that, the power menu allows you to enable “TalkBack,” an Android screenreader, where it will also be accompanied by a new camera app and High Dynamic Range Mode (HDR) that widens the exposure range so that you can shoot photos in greater detail than ever before.
How about the inclusion of full HDMI mirroring that offers support for notifications and multi-display? Yup, that is part of the deal as well. The next key update for the Android operating system should debut this coming May at Google I/O, and it will most probably be called Key Lime Pie for its nickname, running on the upcoming Motorola X handset.
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