The next major revision of Android after Jelly Bean is expected to be Key Lime Pie, and many assumed that Android 4.2 would be that, but as you guys know by now, Android 4.2 is keeping its Jelly Bean moniker. That being said, Android 4.2 was revealed not too long ago, but could Google already be planning Android 5.0? While that is certainly possible, we do not expect Google to release it until later next year, but thanks to a benchmark sighting, a certain Sony device running on Android 5.0 was spotted.
The Sony device sports the model number LT30i, which seems to be a variant of the LT30 or better known as the James Bond phone, the Sony Xperia T. According to the benchmark, the LT30i will sport a 1.6GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8260 chip with an Adreno 220 GPU. While its screen size remains a mystery, the benchmark has revealed its display resolution to be that of 1280×720. While benchmarks are a good way to get an idea of upcoming devices, it should be noted that benchmarks can be faked so we wouldn’t place too much weight in this benchmark sighting just yet, but what do you guys think? Is it too early for Android 5.0?
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