Well we have seen the 4.4.3 KitKat update rolling out to devices just last week and we are already on the verge of getting the Android 5.0. Google hinted the Android 5.0 in its recent Twitter post while announcing a new Google Now utility and we can notice that the clock was at 5:00 when these screen shots were taken. Wondering how this is linked to the Android update? Let me make it clear that in the past Google followed the same method while introducing its Android iterations.
Earlier when Android 4.4 (KitKat) was released many screenshots were clocking the time at 4:40 and it was the same in the case of Ice Cream Sandwich. Google has following this trend of changing the time when ever there is a major release in its Android Operating System. With Google I/O down the line that is scheduled later this month the Google I/O app with be a guide giving all the happenings about the event. This Google I/O is an annual developer focused meeting or conference that will be held by Google in San Francisco where there will be an session focused on building the web, mobile and other applications with Google and Open web technologies.
Google got merged up with Nestle for use of KitKat but we are not sure when it will come to an end and we are not sure what this new version of Google’s OS will be named. We are not sure if it is going to come or not, but if is it really an indication of the update then we need do have a look when it is going to come. Well we need to wait till the Google I/O to know more about this Android 5.0 if Google has any plans of it for now.
So what are your thoughts on this? Is Android 5.0 is round the corner? Drop you comments below and let us know what you think of it.