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Report: Android 4.3 Will Be At Google I/O, Not 5.0

Evidence points to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean launching next month, not 5.0 Key Lime Pie.

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  1. I'd rather them spend more time on 5.0 then do what Apple does with iOS.
  2. honestly, call it whatever they want, but seriously? they wanted to give manufacturer's "a break", then roll out with a new iteration of the OS anyway??? sounds like there's some issues with 5.0 that they still need to work out
  3. Better to get it right the first time!
  4. Disappointing....Android is about rapid evolution, not incrementals :-P
    If the manufacturers can't keep up, it's survival of the fittest :-)
  5. Just make sure whatever is released performs well on the majority of the kind of hardware its likely to be released on. Few lockups, few freezes...just smooth performance. Like what we see with the S3 and Note 2.
  6. Please just allow apps to natively work on a proxy server, that is all I want.
  7. This would be a bit dissapointing but it's also a good move, remember part of the Android OS it's the vastly fragmentation and hardware minimun requirements for some apps to work, AHQL should be nice combined with the progression of the OS.
  8. This would be a bit dissapointing but it's also a good move, remember part of the Android OS it's the vastly fragmentation and hardware minimun requirements for some apps to work, AHQL should be nice combined with the progression of the OS.
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