It’s a tough job keeping up with the latest versions of Android. Ice Cream Sandwich is still only available on a paltry 1% of Android devices and already the fanboys are clamoring for their first taste of Jellybean. Hell, it’s not even confirmed yet which version number Jellybean will be graced with. Leave it Google however to already start wetting the appetites of it’s ravenous users well before it’s appropriate. An anonymous source for tech site The Verge has spilled the beans on the name that is to grace the OS after Jellybean, Key Lime Pie.
Yes, continuing the tradition of alphabetically moving down a dessert menu, Key Lime Pie is the rumored chosen moniker for the next iteration of Android. For old times sake, let’s run down a quick history of the great versions of yesteryear.
Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0)
Jellybean (4.1 or 5.0)
The tooth fairy would definitely have a mental breakdown if they heard this list out of context. While the name may have been leaked, speculation of feature set should (hopefully) still be a long ways off. We really don’t expect to see this version emerge until some time next year, but at the rate this ecosystem moves, you really just never can tell…]]>