While most onlookers expect Google will introduce the next version of its Android mobile operating system during its annual I/O developer conference, new evidence suggests the company will not unveil the much-rumored Android 5.0, a.k.a. Key Lime Pie, but will instead roll out Android 4.3, nicknamed Jelly Bean like its immediate predecessors.
Samsung Electronics plans to update at least five smartphones to run the next version of Google's Android mobile operating system, expected to roll out this spring.
Leaked documents indicate Google will introduce the next major update of its Android mobile operating system this spring.
Just seven percent of Android devices on the market are running Android 4.0, the latest version of the operating system also known as Ice Cream Sandwich. The lack of market penetration is...
Google could launch version 5.0 of its Android mobile operating system as soon as the second quarter of 2012, DigiTimes reports. Citing Taiwan-based supply chain makers, the report suggests Android