Android 4.0 was Ice Cream Sandwich and many had expected Google to jump to Android 5.0 with Jelly Bean. Instead Jelly Bean was introduced in Android 4.1, which was then followed by Android KitKat at version 4.4. This undoubtedly threw off some predictions and had us wondering which version of Android will Android L be?
Well according to a recent post by TK Tech News, it has been “confirmed” in several screenshots that the next build of Android will be Android 5.0. The screenshots are allegedly that of the upcoming Nexus X handset by Motorola which revealed some of the handset’s hardware as well.
According to the screenshots of the benchmark, it shows that the handset will be packing a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core chipset clocked at 2.7GHz. It will be accompanied by 3GB of RAM and will also feature a 13MP rear-facing camera. However despite the faster and newer processor, its benchmark scores don’t seem particularly high.
It has been speculated that this is because of the new build of Android which might not have been fully tweaked and optimized yet. Either way take it with a grain of salt for now (at least as far as the specs are concerned), but what do you guys make of it? Anyone else looking forward to Android 5.0 and the Nexus X?