Monday , May 28 2018

Android 4.3 confirmed by Developer website

Google Developers
While the next version of Android wasn’t announced at the Keynote for Google IO 2013, it appears that the next version of Android has been confirmed on Google’s developer website. The screenshot taken by TheVerge :
Shows that along with expected BLE and OpenGL for Embedded Systems 3.0 graphics updates there will be security enhancements along for the ride. With no announcement this morning when we can actually begin to see this start rolling out is anyones guess.

Source: TheVerge.

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Andrew Palozzo
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I suspect they won’t be announcing it at Google IO… I think the fact they said the S4 was running stock Android 4.2 was telling….

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I’d rather them not release a small 4.3 update and hold off for a bigger 5.0 reveal later on in the year.

Chris Spencer
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Chris Spencer

Are they gonna be sneaky, say not much and my nexus 4,7 and 10 will be gifted with this joy unexpectedly? Hope so… hehe.

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Luke Vesty

Ditto. No Android 4.3 announcement is an enormous disappointment. It was the announcement I was most looking forward to and it didn’t happen. Praying for a sting in the IO 2013 tail.

Sean Royce
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Sean Royce

Really hope this appears in the next day or so.

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Wasn’t this taken down a little while later it appeared??

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