Android 4.3 accidentally confirmed by Google developer site

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The keynote is coming, and the leaks just keep flowing. Before Google’s big wigs could even take the stage, Android 4.3 has been accidentally confirmed through a search listing on Google’s developer website. The mention in the result has been removed, of course, but has been caught by the cache here:

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Chances are, we’ll be seeing the release of this new Android iteration at Google I/O this morning. The update is expected to include Bluetooth Low Energy and OpenGL for Embedded Systems 3.0 graphics specifications.

via theverge

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  1. […] Rather than worrying about how carriers and handset makers fold in updates and services, Google is taking things under control and updating stuff from within. And it’s not just for 4.0 and 4.1 products either. If you have a phone from 2010 on the chances are very good that you’ll see the new stuff. The tide rises for everyone at once and provides little tweaks and adjustments that might otherwise come with an incremental, say v4.3, release. […]

  2. […] Rather than worrying about how carriers and handset makers fold in updates and services, Google is taking things under control and updating stuff from within. And it’s not just for 4.0 and 4.1 products either. If you have a phone from 2010 on the chances are very good that you’ll see the new stuff. The tide rises for everyone at once and provides little tweaks and adjustments that might otherwise come with an incremental, say v4.3, release. […]

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