Google Exec hints next Android update coming this fall
Just few days ago, DigiTimes said that Google will launch Android 5.0 Jelly Bean in Q2 2012, and the update will be optimized for tablet PCs because somehow OEMs are not happy with ICS. Well, we aren’t buying into it. We always prefer listening to the sounds right from the company; think of it and it happens. Google Exec spilled some beans about the next Android update which will be launched as Android 5.0 a.k.a Jelly Bean.
ICS is still available to a very limited percentage of Android devices and wordon street is that Jelly Bean will be out in summer. At MWC, Google had few words with Computer World and stated that next update will be out in fall. Have a look on what Google Exec Hiroshi Lockheimer said:
After Android 4 comes 5, and we haven’t announced the timing yet, which we’re still sorting out. There’s a lot of engineering work behind it still, and there’s also just the question of how to time it. In general, the Android release cadence is one major release a year with some maintenance releases that are substantial still.
Folks, nothing is written in stone right now, so let’s just wait for the official announcement. Google I/O is in June, and hopefully we will see Jelly Bean there. I think that Google will just make an announcement at the event and then after few months, they will make it available to the masses. As Jelly Bean will be more focused on “tablet PCs”, there’s a possibility that the next update is only for tablets; like Honeycomb. ICS was actually an attempt to gather all Android devices on same page. Fingers crossed.
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Source: Android Community
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