The other ROM is SlimKat, by kufikugel. Again, it suffers the same graphical glitches, and because of the unsupported chipset inside the Galaxy Nexus, it doesn't look like these bugs will be fixed anytime soon. But if you can put up with less than perfect visuals, want to check out KitKat, and don't mind risking bricking your phone, they might be worth a look. Google announced Android KitKat this week alongside the Nexus 5. KitKat is coming to other devices, too. It'll be on the Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 within weeks, and the HTC One "very, very soon". Samsung and Sony are yet to firm up any plans, but expect to hear something next week. A Samsung spokesperson told us it'll announce its plans "in due course". Sony tweeted it'll have something to announce next week, along with some new products, and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean news. Intriguing….
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