Google may have tipped their hat to Android 5.0. In a recent Twitter post announcing a fun new Google Now utility, some users noticed the time on the clock said 5:00. That’s uninteresting move, considering Google has hinted to new Android iterations via the same method in the past.
When Android 4.4, or KitKat, was released, several screenshots noting 4:40 were leaked. The same can be said of Ice Cream Sandwich (4:40). When Google feels a major release is afoot, the time usually changes. A 5:00 time doesn’t reflect any World Cup match start time, so we’re not sure what else it could mean.
With Google I/O right around the corner, the time is prime for a new Android numbering scheme. We’ll remember that 4.4 was a handshake lien sing deal between Google and Nestle for use of KitKat, though, and we don’t know when that’s supposed to end.
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