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Google may announce Android 4.3 Jelly Bean next month

Apr 29 2013, 3:34am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Google may announce Android 4.3 Jelly Bean next month
 
 

Google has a tradition of announcing new versions of its Android OS at Google I/O. Contrary to previous reports, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean could be next.

Folks, it looks like we won't be seeing Android 5.0 or the elusive Key Lime Pie at Google I/O next month. According to Android Police, Google could announce Android 4.3, and yes, it's still Jelly Bean. The basis of the speculation is the build "Android 4.3 JWR23B" found on server logs. Since Google uses the first letter of the build as its version name, it's likely a Jelly Bean, and not  Key Lime Pie.


Furthermore, Android Police was able to trace the IP range of the logs to Google, Google employees to be exact, the site claims. Also seen on the logs are the Nexus 4 and Nexus7 Android devices. The delayed release of Android 5.0 has also been reported  a couple of days ago. One guy named Preetam Nath claims to have been told about it by unknown sources. "So, my sources tell me Google's delaying Android 5.0 KLP. Seems OEMs can't keep up and need some breathing space," he said. 

Source: Android Police

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/21" rel="author">Gene Ryan Briones</a>
Gene Ryan Briones (Google+) is a technology journalist with a wide experience in writing about the latest trends in the technology industry, ranging from mobile technology, gadgets and robots, as well as computer hardware and software.

 

 

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