Google could already be cooking up next Android called Jelly Bean
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We heard about Ice Cream Sandwich back when Honeycomb was in development. Keeping the tradition alive, there are rumors around the net that the next version of Android could be called Jelly Bean and may well is on the way to the dinner table real fast – as reported by Mobiletor. For now this is an internal name, but then all were at some point of time, werenot they? And thrust me, we havenot heard many news about Google changing the internal names of the previous Android versions.
Now this is not sure whether Jelly Bean will be 4.x or 5.0, but looking at the trend Google has been following for Android versions – this could well be version 5.0. After 2.2, Google stopped naming the dot releases differently. For example, 2.3.4 is still called Gingerbread, so is Honeycomb 3.2. The name Jelly Bean also keeps alive the tradition of alphabetical dessert nomenclature.
There are no details to be found about the new features in Jelly Bean, but trust Google to bring up the best of ICS with some really cool feature – web apps, anyone?