Android Key Lime Pie has been in the mainstream of rumors since quite some time. Previously, Google was expected to announce Android Key Lime Pie at Google I/O Conference 2013. It didn’t happen. Currently, Google is working on a minor update to its Jelly Bean v4.2.2. Google Android Jelly Bean v4.3 is supposed to be rolled out this August-September.
Motorola X Phone was rumored to debut with Android Key Lime Pie, but there was a pinch of salt on these rumors. Previously, it was assumed that Google would announce its fifth gen Android in 2014, which eliminated the idea of Motorola X Phone being its debutant. But recent rumors claim that Key Lime Pie will officially surface in October, this year.
Tech streams expect Key Lime Pie to be the first ever version of Android to be fully compatible with low-end smartphone devices. A majority of Android smartphones stay away from higher Android updates. However, experts suggest that Key Lime Pie is being designed in a manner to support devices with RAM as little as 512 MB.
Meanwhile, Android v.4.3 is likely to be rolled out to a series of HTC, Samsung and Nexus devices in August. This minor Jelly Bean update will support OpenGL 3D graphics and introduce energy-sufficient Bluetooth. Android’s fifth birthday is arriving in October and Google might be surprising its fans by launching Android Key Lime Pie v5.0 on its fifth birthday.
It is unclear whether Nexus or Motorola will debut with Key Lime Pie. Recently, Google has announced Nexus editions for Samsung Galaxy S4, Sony Xperia and HTC One. An Android bug enjoying a lime pie is probable to hit a series of Android smartphones very soon. Reportedly, Google is redesigning its Android platform with more interesting specifications and wider support for its devices.