It is more or less a given consensus among smartphone users of the Android world that the next version of the Android operating system would come in the form of the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. Having said that, does that mean we are no longer going to see any more iterations of Jelly Bean, which currently has its bus parked at Android 4.2? Perhaps not, as there were server logs discovered which pointed to the existence of Android 4.3, and even better yet, it uses the Jelly Bean moniker.
So far, there has been servers which reported connections from various devices which were running on Android 4.3, build JWR23B. A quick analysis of the IP addresses that were utilized by this gear, have managed to identify these as the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 devices, which would mean the crosshairs point straight to Google’s campus. Since these have begun to appear in logs, it would mean only one thing – Google is currently working on gearing up for the software’s formal launch. Does this mean we won’t see the official announcement of Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie at Google I/O later this year?
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