A video has been uploaded to YouTube showing off the Nexus 5 running KeyLimePie, an early build of Android 4.4 (KitKat) just a few days before the (rumored) official announcement on Tuesday.
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Android is apparently set to receive yet another software update this year with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie having been discovered running on the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 devices.
Google seems to already be hard at work with Samsung to bring users the next Nexus 10 tablet. The device may only get a slight bump in specs and launch in October alongside Android 5.0, Key Lime Pie.
A report claims that LG will be building the Nexus 5, featuring Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, 5.2" 1080p display, 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 CPU and up to 3GB of RAM, based on the company's new Optimus G2.
A beautiful Android 5.0 concept has folks hoping for lots of improvements and better design in the next major version of Google's mobile OS. It includes a minimalist design and "hidden" widgets.
Evidence is mounting that the next release of the Android OS won't be 5.0 'Key Lime Pie' as had been widely expected, but rather version 4.3 - an incremental 'Jelly Bean' update.
A new report has indicated that Google may have delayed Android 5.0 by 2-4 months, meaning it will miss being launched at Google I/O 2013 in mid-May. The delay is to give breathing room to OEMs
The recently unveiled Samsung Galaxy S4 is rumoured to be among a small number of Android devices to get early access to version 5.0 of the mobile OS, named 'Key Lime Pie', reports suggest.
A new rumor claims to have some hardware specs for the "X-Phone", the mysterious next smartphone from Google's Motorola Mobility division that could have the next major version of Android inside.
About 7 months after its official release, Jelly Bean accounts for just 13.6% of Android devices. With only a few months until the next version of the OS comes, out it's clear Google has a problem.
Google is rumoured to be announcing a series of Nexus devices in November from LG, HTC, Sony & Samsung. They also plan to allow any manufacturer to build a Nexus smartphone if they stick to standards.
Android 5.0 hasn't even been released yet and there are already talks of a build that will come after it. This build is codenamed "Key Lime Pie" and very little is known about it for the time being.