Well following their naming scheme it will more than likely be a desert that starts with the letter J. They name them in alphabetic order and the last release was Ice cream Sandwich so android 4.1 or 5.0, which ever way they do it will start with J.
My guesses Jello, Jelly Bean, Juice, Jam, Jelly Donut ( they seem to like donuts). Who knows with Google though they may go for something odd.
No official news from Google yet, but it is widely spread the name of Android 5.0 OS would be Jelly Bean and it would be released this fall.
Possible future name for Android 5 will be Jelly Bean.
Android 6 name is rumored to be Key Lime Pie.
The future version seems to have capability to run on laptops and dual-boot with Microsoft Windows.
by pinappu 6 years ago
From Android ICS to Jelly Bean - How much improvement has been done?Android is developing day by day. ICS was a giant leap indeed. Do you think Jelly Bean is brings much improvement to the platform ?
by Christin Sander 4 years ago
Should there be laws against giving a child a truly stupid or offensive name?If you are about to name a child something that could damage them for life or create real problems for them - should that be outlawed? or should parents be able to get away with anything they want? Where do we draw...
by Urmila 6 years ago
Okay, name a word which contains at least two vowels.I will start withNear
by Marcy Goodfleisch 5 years ago
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