“Android 4.3” shows up on Google Developer Website

Google I/O 2013 will kick off in about an hour. Google is expected to unveil Android 4.3, the next version of it’s mobile OS at the event. The Verge have found some evidence confirming the next OS to be versioned 4.3 and not 5.0. The hint was found from a search on Google Developers website, the result showed up with text “Security Enhancements in Android 4.3” confirming that it will indeed be Android 4.3 that will be unveiled at today’s event. Here is the screenshot of the search result:

Security Enhancements in Android 4.3

It’s still not clear whether it will be Android 4.3 KLP (Key Lime Pie) or Jelly Bean. We’ll definitely find out it few hours.

In addition to announcement of next generation of Android OS, plenty of other announcements are expected at today’s I/O keynote which will last for 3 hours. Google I/O 2013 event will start at 9AM Pacific Time / 12PM Eastern Time. We will keep you updated of all of news and updates from the event. Stay tuned for more.

via TheVerge

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