The upcoming point-update to Android, version 4.4.3, is expected to be nothing more than a bug fix release, according to some earlier reports. The public release of the refresh is expected to happen in the near future (coming weeks, according to reports), but Google has allegedly started the dogfooding process for Android 4.4.3. (You can learn about Dog Food releases by reading this article)
According to the most recent rumors, Android 4.4.3 is being pushed out to 1% of Google employees outside of the Android team, AndroidPolice has found out from “several reliable sources”. The entire Android 4.4.3 dogfooding (dogfeeding?) process is currently limited to those who are rocking compatible Nexus devices, like the latest Nexus 5, Nexus 7, and the rest of the phones and tablets from the Nexus line-up. This report too mentions that Android 4.4.3 will contain “critical security and stability issues”, with no new features being added.