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Android 5.0.0 Key Lime Pie Spotted on Sony LT30i in NenaMark Benchmark Test

Not confirmed whether true or false, but the next version of the Android OS, i.e. the Android 5.0.0 Key Lime Pie has been spotted in the NenaMark Benchmark test of one of the Sony Android devices that is in the list of the upcoming phones in the near future. The NenaMark2 results showed the model number LT30i, which is something that was heard earlier when the Sony Xperia T Bond version was launched.

It’s not long ago that the Android 4.2 version was launched by Google, with the flagship devices from Google, Asus in the 4-inch and 7-inch versions respectively and most of the high-end Android phone users are still waiting to see their devices getting the official update to the 4.2 version, and with all this craving on one side, seeing the Android 5.0 being worked on already would be pointless. As are the lists always rotated around in the web, the next version of Android would start with the letter “K”, and thus Key Lime Pie would probably be the name.

Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie in Sony LT30i

The test results showed the Sony LT30i that has a 720p HD display (1280 x 720 resolution,) 1.6GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8260 processor and a Qualcomm Adreno 220 GPU. Earlier to the launch of the Sony Xperia T phone (coded LT30p), the LT30i code was linked to this phone but then the final codename was different. If anything from the tests seems to be true, then we are going to see the 720p display supported by the snapdragon processor clocking at 1.6GHz, and many other things similar to the current flagship device from Sony, the Xperia T.

Let’s wait for any official confirmation or news from either the sources or the company itself, but if the news is true in any way, there would be a lot of disappointment for the users because the Android makers are already into leaking of the next Android version, when most of the devices have not got a chance to have the Android Jelly Bean OS. Are we heading to see something officially released in the Mobile World Congress in February 2013? or is that too early?

Source: Nena



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