Posts Tagged ‘Android 4.3’

Google I/O was expected to play host to the grand unveiling of Android 4.3, but despite a number of key announcements pertaining to the search giant’s flagship ecosystem, the next version of Android remained firmly off the agenda. Following the news (or lack thereof), many sources then went along with the story that Android 4.3 release date could be set somewhere around summer this year, and today, that notion has been offered a degree of legitimacy with the sighting of the bumped software running on an LG-manufactured Google Nexus 4.

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Anticipation for the Galaxy Note 3 and Android 4.3 release is approaching fever pitch. If you happen to be a tad bit excited about the prospect of its release, I’m sure you’ll be impressed by the just-leaked benchmark scores.

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When Google took to the stage yesterday in its mammoth 3+ hour I/O keynote speech, many presumed Android 4.3 was going to be one of the main topics of conversation. Unfortunately, there was no mention of the forthcoming update to the Google mobile OS, but reports today suggest that it is, at least, heading our way in the near future, and will feature, among other things, support for Bluetooth Smart.

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Google’s I/O would seem as fitting a venue as any for the company to take the wraps off a significant new piece of software, and the consensus is that the search giant will do exactly that by announcing Android 4.3 at the developers conference later on this month. Hitherto, little has been established regarding Android 4.3’s key implementations and enhancements, but thanks to meet-up info leaked by HTC, we now have a decent idea of what the upcoming software may feature.

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With Google I/O just around the corner, all the speculation has settled around whether Google will announce its next big release of Android during the event. Believed to be Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, was expected to be the operating system sat on top of whatever new hardware is announced during the developer focused event.

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