The first Android builds starting with the letter K (presumably for Key Lime Pie) have been apparently spotted running on the Nexus 7 and Nexus 4.
WSJ: “K release” (Key Lime Pie?) Android arriving this fall; to support low-end devices and other hardware
A new WSJ report says that the next major Android OS version s known internally as “K release,” will be released this fall and should come with support for low-cost devices. Read on for more details!
An Android fan has imagined what Android 5.0 may look like in the future, releasing some design concept screenshots. Check them out in the rest of the post!
With the Key Lime Pie update, Samsung netbooks, and 2-in-1 Android laptops/tablets rumored to be in the works, we ask whether Google could surpass Mircosoft in the laptop space.
HTC is rumored to launch a 5.9-inch Key Lime Pie-running HTC T6 smartphone at some point in the coming months, a device that would take on the Galaxy Note 3. Read on for more details.
During Reto Meier’s “Android Protips: Making Apps Work Like Magic” session at Google at IO13, Google did what they do best, tease their fans with upcoming Android release juicy nuggets.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo offers some insight into future Google products, including Android 5.0 notebooks and a Google smartwatch. Read on to find out more details.
According to Android Police founder Artem Russakovskii, the next version will be 4.3 Jelly Bean, and not 5.0 Key Lime Pie. There are several reasons leading to this conclusion, the first of which involve server logs.
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As for Motorola, the company is rumored to work on a Motorola X project, and now we have more unconfirmed details on it.