Monday, 6 May 2013

ANDROID 4.3!!!!!!!!

Until very recently many of us thought that the next major upgrade of Google’s Android operating system would be 5.0 Key Lime Pie and that it would be introduced at Google I/O this month. However more recently there have been reports of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and it seems this is now likely to be unveiled at the event. Up until now it’s been anybody’s guess as to what would be included in this update but now some features appear to have been leaked for Jelly Bean 4.3

Many people thought that the next iteration of Android would be Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. However just recently this has changed and there has been talk of Jelly Bean 4.3. This minor update of sorts is getting increasingly more likely to show up at the Google I/O event. Now we are hearing about some of the features that have been leaked for the upcoming operating system.
Many people had thought that Jelly Bean 4.2 would be the last update to come our way, however the update to 4.3 started showing up on server logs along with an LTE version of the LG Nexus 4 on benchmark tests that showed the device was running Jelly Bean 4.3. Now it seems that HTC may have unwittingly given news about some of the features and the improvements of Jelly Bean 4.2 in a posting about a Meetup.
The Google I/O is set to take place from 15th to 17th of May and HTC scheduled an event on the 26th May. HTC will be talking in-depth about Bluetooth Low Energy along with GL ES 3.0. The giveaway is that the posting for the event does say that HTC will talk about these already having arrived on Android. This implies that Google should be revealing Android 4.3 Jelly Bean at the Keynote speech on 15th May reports Product-Reviews.
A few Android handsets already have support for Bluetooth Low Energy, which is more commonly known as Bluetooth SMART, which is aimed at always on devices. Making it an official part of Android would be new. Some of the latest devices which feature processers like the Snapdragon 600 (HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4) may be able to benefit from superb graphics performance thanks to OpenGL ES being a new graphics specification.
Android fans should welcome these features and we for one cannot wait to hear about more features and enhancements that should make their way to Android 4.3. We will be keeping our ears open and keeping you informed about the latest news for Jelly Bean 4.3.
So what do you think about the features which might be making their way to Jelly Bean 4.3? Are you disappointed that Google may not be moving on to Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie just yet?
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