Google I/O 2013 will begin on May 15th and run for 3 days again this year, wrapping up on the 17th. This is Google's biggest event of the year where will learn about the next version of Android, Key Lime Pie, and much much more.
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Key Lime Pie, but now a Google employee has seemingly confirmed our suspicions with a neat little drawing. Read on for further details.
official Android event just a few short days away who's ready for some exciting new juicy rumors? Today we have what appears to be "official data from Motorola" that outs their update timeline schedule to Android 4.2.2 Key Lime Pie, as well as multiple unannounced devices like a RAZR X, and yes -- even a Motorola Nexus device.
Google's next version of Android, and their next Nexus device have really been coming on strong. We've heard tons of talk, from multiple sources, all about the LG Optimus G Nexus running Android 4.2 and more. Today many of those same reports are now dropping additional details on what we could see in Android 4.2, although we don't know if it will be called Jelly Bean.
Nexus smartphone but it looks like things are about to change on that front. Last year we were knee deep in Galaxy Nexus and "Nexus Prime" rumors, but this year things have been quiet. The most recent reports are on the LG Optimus G becoming the next Nexus -- along with 3-4 others to follow all this year. Lets take a look.
Nexus device are in surprisingly short supply. That all changes today, with Android and Me reporting a whopper of a rumor. According to various unnamed industry sources, Google will be revealing a new Nexus device within the next 30 days, and it won't be alone when Google removes the veil.
"Key Lime Pie" may be the next version of Android OS, after "Jelly Bean". Bear in mind, this is still a rumor at this point, and the information comes straight from a tip over at The Verge. Another rumor that followed, is that ASUS could be the manufacturer for the Google Play or 'Nexus' tablet. We had known Google was preparing a "tablet of the highest quality" for some time now, but that's pretty much it.
The Verge that the version following Android "Jelly Bean" (which, remember, has still not yet been confirmed by Google) will be christened "Key Lime Pie", following in the company's alphabetically sequenced dessert theme. There's no telling what version number this would translate to, since Google has been inconsistent in its full numeral or decimal updates.