Android 4.3

Android 4.3 from Galaxy S4 Play Edition leaks; Ported to normal Galaxy S4 (I9505)!

Android 4.3 from Galaxy S4 Play Edition leaks; Ported to normal Galaxy S4 (I9505)!

At this point of time, the only thing we know about Android 4.3 is that it does not exist outside of the Google headquarters. The new camera app, which everyone assumed is going to come in Android 4.3, turned out to be a new camera app on the Google Play edition handsets. 

Android 4.3 Jelly Bean caught running on a Nexus 4

Android 4.3 Jelly Bean caught running on a Nexus 4

An XDA member has managed to get his hands on a Nexus 4 running a development build of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. chaleen managed to get his hands on the black Nexus 4 running Android 4.3 at the Thailand Mobile Expo, and has managed to click a bunch of pictures of the device running the upcoming version of Jelly Bean.

Rumor: Google to start selling the white Nexus 4 running Android 4.3 on June 10th

Rumor: Google to start selling the white Nexus 4 running Android 4.3 on June 10th

Taylor Wimberly from Android and Me got his hands on a white LG Nexus 4 at Google I/O this year. He says that the search giant will release it to the general public on June 10th, and that it’s exactly the same as the old Nexus 4, but obviously in a different color.

Prediction: Google will hold an event in July to announce Android 4.3 and the new Nexus 7

Prediction: Google will hold an event in July to announce Android 4.3 and the new Nexus 7

Shortly after Google’s 57 hour keynote ended, the Bluetooth SIG published a press release saying support for Bluetooth Smart will be coming to Android in “the coming months”. What exactly is Bluetooth Smart? It’s an ultra low power version of Bluetooth meant for things like sensors, smart watches, and other sorts of devices with tiny batteries.

Android 4.3 Jelly Beans starts popping up in server logs, that means no Key Lime Pie at I/O?

Android 4.3 Jelly Beans starts popping up in server logs, that means no Key Lime Pie at I/O?

Android 4.2 Jelly Bean was announced in mid-November. That means it’s over five months old. When Google hosts their annual I/O conference in May, it’ll be over six months old. That has people wondering: What’s up with the next version of Google’s mobile operating system?