The codename for the next iteration of Android has leaked online. And, in news to surprise almost no-one, will reportedy retain the sweet-treat theme of earlier versions.
According to a source cited by The Verge, the Jelly Bean edition of Google’s platform, which has yet to make its official debut, will be followed by one dubbed ‘Key Lime Pie’.
And if you were in any doubt that this is the real name picked by the search giant, the site claims the very same tech insider tipped them off over the Jelly Bean codename.
At this early juncture, there’s scant information about what the next major Android update will bring or indeed when we might actually get a slice of Key Lime Pie on our phones.
However, the fact that the current-generation Ice Cream Sandwich version of the platform is on so few Android phones right now suggests you probably shouldn’t hold your breath.
Add to this the fact that Google appears to be limiting the flow of OS updates in a bid to crack down on fragmentation and we’d say it most likely won't tip up until late next year.
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