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Android's new OS KitKat name, however, varies slightly from the chocolate wafer, spelt with a space in between the two words, ie. "Kit Kat."
However for those wondering if Google has infringed the trademark of Nestle, which owns the name “Kit Kat”, Android global partnerships director John Lagerling said this to BBC: “This is not a money-changing-hands kind of deal” but instead he said, the idea was to do something “fun and unexpected”.
According to a press statement by Google, to mark the release of Android KitKat, more than 50 million specially branded Kit Kat chocolate bars will be available in 19 countries including Australia, Brazil, Germany, India, Japan, Dubai, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States.
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