Much has been said as well as done about the upcoming Nexus 5 as well as the upcoming Android 4.4 KitKat mobile operating system. The thing is, we have already seen both appear on a video, not to mention that earlier this morning, we reported that it could actually see an 18th October release. Well, it does seem as though things could change this time around, as there are more clues dropped by Nestle’s @KitKat Twitter account which posted a couple of musical references which could point to a possible October 28th release for the Android 4.4 KitKat mobile operating system update.
Firstly, the clue was depicted with the tune, “Everybody Dance Now,” which could be deciphered as C+C Music Factory’s original name, which happens to be The 28th Street Crew. As for the second clue, it might very well be an allusion to Michael Jackson’s This Is It movie, where it has arrived in stores on October 28th. Of course, these are but rumors and speculation as at press time, since C+C Music Factory did also release its “Gonna Make You Sweat” single on October 18th, while the album version of This Is It arrived on US shores this October 26th. Which is it gonna be?
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