Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Still on the Horizon

iOS 7 has finally been unveiled as Apple’s newest mobile platform at the 2013 WWDC. After seeing the new iOS 7, many people felt disappointed that the iOS 7 comes with largely unchanged design, and nothing very innovating. Google’s new OS will also be released in the months to come and users still aren’t sure what to expect from the search giant. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="504"]Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Still on the Horizon Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Still on the Horizon, pic from beginnerstech[/caption]

Although Google has yet to formally announce the existence or the released date of the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, a handful of rumors had been knocking around the Internet. The rumors disappointed many fans when Google did not release the new OS at their 2013 annual IO conference nor with the white Nexus 4, as was speculated. Now, some people estimate the Android 4.3 will turn up in July or August. But without any authentic confirmation, the exact date of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean’s release remains to be seen.

In regards to which devices will be the first to operate the latest version of Jelly Bean, Google’s handsets Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10 or Galaxy Nexus are the most likely candidates. However, LG had listed their Optimus L7 II Dual as featuring Jelly Bean 4.3 online a few weeks ago seemingly by mistake and removed the specs soon after. It is highly possible that LG will be the first to use the new 4.3 in one of their handsets, seeing as how their relationship with Google is very strong thanks to the Nexus 4.

As no more information on Android 4.3’s new features is available, aside from the camera app, it’s suspected that the Android 4.3 will probably be similar to the Android 4.2; this can also be assumed judging by the version numbers. No matter when the Android 4.3 comes out or what devices will carry it, users are hoping the operating system will have some nice changes and a little innovation.


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