The next Android version from Google is Android 4.3, not the Key Lime Pie!
Google I/O 2013 is not very far from now as less than one month remaining in the big event and we are all hoping for the next Android version to be announced.
Previously, we had an illusion that the Key Lime Pie Android 5.0 would be the next version of the Google’s mobile operating system. However, those waiting for this particular version might have to face a little bit disappointing situation.
The build number of the new version is “JWR23B” and it indicates that the update will keep the previous Jelly Bean moniker instead of any new one. The very first letter of the build number refers to the Jelly Bean update.
This specific update has allegedly shown up in many logs and was efficiently traced back to the Google employees. Also the update has shown up in the comment section of the Chromium bug tracker through a Chromium developer.
We could not find anything that confirms the expected arrival of the Key Lime Pie at this year’s Google I/O. Although there are dozens of rumors wandering around about the Android 5.0, but has no connection with reality.
On the contrary, the Android 4.3 has multiple appearances and likely to be released at the Google’s next mega event. The build number itself tells the story and we can expect its release before so long. However, the release of the new version might not attract a large number of users because it’s simply an enhancement to the existing Jelly Bean, not a new one.
Well, it would be a stunning situation if the company announces two different Android versions simultaneously. Again we remind you that the Key Lime Pie is a little bit away and might not be announced at Google I/O.
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