The Google I/O conference is about to start and we all are waiting for a new Android version to be unveiled The most rumored version which we have been listening since last summer was the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. But the news get more doubt when we got some leaked shots published by Android Authority showing several Logs of Android 4.3 injected devices.
This Android 4.3 is still to be codenamed but most of the Analyst think it will remain Jelly Bean. There are still no confirm reports about the whole news that surfaced the web. However the log Image shared shows the list of devices including the Google’s very own LG Nexus 4, and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. While the tablet also showed up with this updated version of Android 4.3 which includes Google Nexus 7 and Nexus 10.
The list also includes two more devices like Huawei U8819 and another low-end device Pantech Breakout, which is a bit interesting addition as Pantech Breakout is not that powerful device to run latest Android version. The device is packed with a 1GHz single-core processor supported with 512MB of RAM, which is quite low as compared to the current standard devices. But it shows some hints that the next version of Android 4.3 can be injected into lower-end devices. If it’s true than this will be a good news for all the old Android device users they can receive a pie of update as well.
Another leaked image also makes the doubts stronger that there will be no Android 5.0 at the upcoming Google I/O which is supposed to be held within two weeks time. Now the some top tech sites loves the codename Key Lime Pie and they are suggesting that this will be the official name of the next Android version, so on the whole the next version will be Android 4.3 Key Lime Pie.
Still we have to wait and see what Google plans to unveil at their very own Google I/O.