What's Coming Next Version Of Android OS ???


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Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie: Top 10 Facts You Need to Know

"Google Android 5.0, rumored to be called Key Lime Pie, has been one of the most highly-anticipated software updates for Android devices in recent months. But, what do we know about the still-unconfirmed Android software update? Here's what you need to know about Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, including rumored features and a potential release date. We'll continue to this post as more information leaks regarding Google Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, so be sure to stay tuned."

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Well, Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie (5.0 = Key Lime Pie if you are new to Android nomenclature) should be released shortly, although as far as I know there has not been an official confirmation of the release date. It will probably be announced in May at Google I/O. At this point, pretty much everything about KLP is speculation. I would expect it to be a 6 Million Dollar Man release though - bigger, stronger, faster. We have the technology.

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Next Version Of Android OS To Be Called ‘Key Lime Pie’ Instead Of Android 5.0, Android OS 5.0 Coming in May 2013.




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Android KitKat is the upcoming version of Andorid OS which was expected to release with the name Lime Pie but it was renamed later as Andorid KitKat is expected to get released soon. 



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