Android Key Lime Pie 5.0 expected or already being tested?
The Android OS has been very successful over the recent years. A lot of new features have been added and the market of it is continuously growing. The Google Play Store is also growing accordingly. The last few versions that were released the Ice-cream sandwich and the Jelly Bean have become an instant success. So now we are expecting the new software from Android to arrive and shake us all. Android 4.3 was released not too long ago for Nexus 4 and new Nexus 7 2 with build number JWR66V and JSS15J respective, and if you pay attention to these numbers you will notice that they do not have a K in it at all. The Android 4.3 was launched a month ago and tests are continuing for the Key Lime Pie 5.0. But has the OS just been confirmed? The reason we ask this is because there is now new information that supports the stance that he Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 2 running KLP 5.0 OS. The site also reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S4 number is at JDQ39.I9500UBUAMDK, the Galaxy S3 with JRO03C, and the Note 2 with JZO54K, the first letter for these three handsets says J, which means Jelly Bean. So to see the Nexus 7 with KRS36B and the Nexus 4 with KRS36B, this means the K refers to key Lime Pie.
Rumors claimed that Android will release the Key Lime Pie at Google I/O at May but this did not happen and we are still expecting the new update. We will not take information by faith intil we have clear confirmation from Google but could we witness the birth of the Key Lime Pie? Maybe Google is now testing KLP so it is ready to be launched onto the new Nexus 5, until we hear the official, maker confirming, we will not take this as solid evidence.