Android 5.0 ("Jelly Bean") Expected On Devices In Q3 2012 - HotHardware
Android 5.0 ("Jelly Bean") Expected On Devices In Q3 2012

Android 5.0 ("Jelly Bean") Expected On Devices In Q3 2012

Google I/O is coming up in June, and there's no doubt that the company will use this to speak on their next-generation operating system. Android 4.0 is still rolling out to devices, so who knows how Android 5.0 is going to play into things. But according to reports, 5.0 won't even start hitting the earliest of devices until Q3 2012. That still gives quite a few months to get v4.0 to dozens upon dozens of Android devices that are still on v2.x. Reportedly, "Android Jelly Bean" will be detailed at Google I/O, but there aren't too many details just yet on what changes it will bring. This whole announcement brings new light to the much-talked about "fragmentation" problem that Google faces.


ICS has been out for months, but even flagship Android phones like the Galaxy S II don't have ICS in much of the world. Hopefully, Google will take a stand and start pushing OEM partners to update faster, but if history is proof, we sort of doubt they'll poke and prod the cash cows too much.
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Okay…. So How Will Android 5.0 Jelly Bean undergoes? Well, a number of features have been supposed so far. First they should think about better integrated browser. A much improved integrated browser or a mobile version of Google's own Chrome with stable onscreen tabs and a absolute bookmarks bar is likely to be built-in in the upcoming Android version. As we know iOS and Windows contain previously with their own browsers like Safari and IE, so full Chrome browser maintain in Jelly Bean and could establish to be an actual player for Google. And secondly my point is about its battery life. Most of the times, users see for unseen custom choices to save battery life on their devices. So, a battery management tool or app would include a great deal of importance to the upcoming version of Android.

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this is ridiculous. ICS is only on 1% of devices. ICS also has bugs they have to fix, AND its not even on all the nexus S's yet. Google needs to focus on quality not quantity

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I'm getting sick of seeing android on so many devices. when will this stop ? also why doesn't any of android devices uses 100 percent of there core's processor ? I have been looking for a android phone to get for a few months now and still not sure. now I don't like the apple's iPhone but they do use 100 percent of the phones processor. now im still a newbie on all of this but i came from iPhone 3gs to the inspire. last year. now should i wait to the end of the year? to upgrade to a new phone?

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*** you go back to apple

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