Android Lovers are still waiting for arrival of Android 5.0 Jelly Bean, while some of them are missing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich as well. But its Google, Search Engine Giant, who can’t stop their eyes into the development of a better Android Operating System. The latest rumor surrounding here, based on report at The Verge, in which we got hints on the upcoming Google Android 6.0 Key Lime Pie.
The guys ate The Verge reported that, they have reliable information, from same source, who given them information of ‘Jelly Bean’ name last year 2011. Though, the report says they haven’t information about the version number, it release date or any other leaked information. But, it is obvious that the name would be start from ‘K’ alphabet, just because Google always gives name apathetically, based on the name of food. The successors of Android 6.0 Key Lime Pie and Android 5.0 Jelly Bean, are Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0, and Honeycomb 3.0.
At the time of launch of Android 4.0 aka ICS, Google said it is most complete Operating System in Android Series ever. So, we can expect goodies of Android 5.0 and Android 6.0 in same trend. Before ICS, Google use to deliver versions so fast, but now they seems slow down to launch latest versions. So, Android 5.0 Jelly Bean release date should be November 2012, and Android 6.0 Key Lime Pie has reasonable released date of 1 year later. Though, we have unconfirmed report, from our exclusive source that Android 6.0 is due to released in October 2013, which would be sent to developers early. At the time of October 2013, the Android 5.o would be successfully reached and propagated among devices worldwide.
The name has expectations of ‘KLP’ acronym, according to The Verge. But when we think about previous versions, the lead would be in favor of K for real name. But, at the moment, we have not any information regarding what future Android 5.0 and 6.0 would offer, but both would be surely well optimized for both tablets and smartphones.
What you think about ‘Pie Key Lime Pie’? Is it sounds great to you?