rishabh, 05 Mar 2012What am gonna say comes from a very trusted source..the person is in the department of code br... moreNo way! Google didn't buy Motorola Mobility to still give its designs to other OEMs. GOOGLE will manufacture the nexus phones from now on. I believe your reliable source is nonexistent.
AnonD-45123, 05 Mar 2012I guess the next OS would be peanut butter jelly sandwich or bubblegumActually no chance for such a name as they follow alphabetical order of naming the os.So next should begin with L.
rishabh, 05 Mar 2012What am gonna say comes from a very trusted source..the person is in the department of code br... moreif it's true that the Key Lime pie Nexus will be coming from Sony, then i would want to buy it. Sure sony will have a very cool design for that Sony Nexus, much better than samsung's.
I guess the next OS would be peanut butter jelly sandwich or bubblegum
What am gonna say comes from a very trusted source..the person is in the department of code branching in google... the android 5 will indeed be named key lime pie.. it will support only quad-core phones... the web browser has much better benchmarks than the current google chrome for desktop and will support 4 GB of ram and graphics card 512MB... the interface will change according to what profile you wanna use... the manufacturer which wil make the first nexus device to support android 6 will be Sony...
AnonD-8850, 05 Mar 2012I heard "Toasted Frog Legs" is Android 6.0...Nah brah you got it wrong. It's Android 6.0 "Escargot with Garlic Butter and a Splash of Cognac".
The rumor has it that android 6 will be only in one magical 700 euros google named device but all the others will have the fake launcher ui of android 6.
They have to slow down and work it more. They're going to reach Z pretty soon.
remember how much you paid for your phone and when did you buy it. Remember, key lime pie will be released on 2013. By that time, your devices are old. And there is always the advantage of rooting your phone and installing a custom rom. That is if you'll stick to your device that long
Considering how hard companies like Motorola make it to upgrade I am not excited about these continual version announcements.
And I have never heard of that Key Pie thing ever :)