“What is a Nexus device?” seems like a very strange question to ask on a site dedicated to all things Android, but that’s not entirely so!
There is so much good stuff in the Android universe. We have amazing phones, tons of apps and games, and the best operating system around. Even with all that awesome at our fingertips, we are still looking to Android’s future.
The Galaxy S4 is more and more present in rumors and reports and we’re not surprised to see that the handset is already staring in its first hands-on video without being even made official yet.
The general consensus is that Google’s next major Android release will be called Key Lime Pie, and we already have a variety of rumors out there talking about Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, although nothing is confirmed just yet.
Android 4.2 was made official only a few weeks ago, and it’s running officially only on a handful of Nexus-branded devices, so it’s definitely too early to talk about Google’s future Android version, which could very well be Android 5.0.0 that could be known to the world as Key Lime Pie.
In case you want to be surprised on October 29 by Google’s announcements, then you can forget everything about that. Now that there aren’t any more things to leak about the LG Nexus 4, maybe the worst tech secret in history, the leaks are starring the next Nexus flagship tablet, the Nexus 10.
Google is going to unveil new products on October 29, including the LG Nexus 4, the Samsung Nexus 10, new Nexus 7 versions (32GB support and Cellular connectivity hinted), all running Android 4.2 according to a recently released report.
The Google Nexus 7 is out in stores and it’s selling like hot cakes. We’ve seen this happen before when the Kindle Fire was launched – an affordable device ready to offer plenty of features and lots of digital content choices to tablet buyers. But now the Nexus 7 is the king of 7-inch tablets, considering what it has to offer in terms of both hardware and software. Sure, Amazon will come out with a new Kindle Fire version, and Apple is rumored to bring out of hiding its 7.85-inch iPad Mini later this year, at which point the…
A reliable insider has tipped The Verge about the codename that Google will use for the next version of its Android operating system. Keeping with the tradition of going through the alphabetical list of desserts, it appears that Google has all but chosen Key Lime Pie to be next in line after Android 5.0 Jelly Bean. In a side note, the Jelly Bean codename was only recently confirmed by an ASUS representative; there’s no official word from Google concerning the codenames of either Android 5.0 or 6.0. Unfortunately, more details about Key Lime Pie — henceforth known as KLP —…