Next to Ice Cream Sandwich Android to launch Jelly Bean

Android 5.0 Jelly Bean

Android 5.0 Jelly Bean

After the finalization that Android will launch its latest version Ice Cream Sandwich in around October to November rumor has been spread that after the launch of Ice Cream Sandwich the Future version of Android will be named as Jelly Bean.

Probably its an rumor and there are no perfect proofs for it. Jelly Bean will be the name for Android 5.0 according the rumors. The Release date of Jelly Bean is not fixed yet but according to the news it will be released in next ICS.

Many different and unique kinds of updates will be seen with the release of Jelly Bean Android 5.0. Jelly Bean is being planned to release with so many different kinds of Updates so that people all around the world get amazed by it.

Android 5.0 has been named as Jelly Bean followed by the Google’s Old tradition of naming the Versions of Android on the basis of English sweets. The previous version and names of Android are as follow Donut 1.6, Eclair 2.1, Froyo 2.2, Gingerbread 2.3, Honeycomb 3.0 and now the upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich.

At present the Buzzing news from Android world is all about the Launch of Android – Ice Cream Sandwich which is to be released all round in October to November. Android Ice Cream Sandwich is in the buzzing news because it is being said that it will be the Universal Android Os which will merge Android Honey Comb and Android Ginger Bread which will be having ability to work on Tablet as well as Mobile Phones. According to rumor Google’s Nexus prime from Samsung will be the First smart phone to be powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

So what do you feel ? Will Ice Cream Sandwich be an Universal OS ? Will the Next version of Android after Ice Cream Sandwich be named as Jelly Bean ?

Do comment your opinion below.


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