Monday, September 12, 2011

Jelly Bean Is The Google’s New Android OS

Google continues to name its Android operating systems after sweets in alphabetical order.  Soon after Google CEO Eric Shmidt declared the launch of approaching version of Android OS as Ice Cream Sandwich,  a new version is being planned, called Jelly Bean. Yes. According to reliable sources in ‘This is My Next’, Jelly Bean is the name given to the new avatar of Android.
This tradition of OS names getting sweets’ name has been going on for a while now. Previous versions of Android maintained a distinctive alphabetical order. The names given were Cupcake 1.5, Donut 1.6, Eclair 2.1, Froyo 2.2, Gingerbread 2.3, Honeycomb3.0 and the upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich. Jelly Bean would be the next in line soon.
The report cites the industry source stating that the “game-changing stuff” that in the first place had been planned for Ice Cream Sandwich will be now pushed to Jelly Bean. The report even added that Jelly Bean could be called Android 4.5 or Android 5.0, taking into account the amount of features bundled in it.
Ice Cream Sandwich is believed to be a universal operating system that shall be functioning on phones, tablets, TVs, and even phones that convert into laptops. In the eye of all other things, the OS is in all likelihood to bring in an updated app launcher, holographic user interface, responding or communicating and new home-screen widgets and a multi-tasking panel. With such a mass appeal, it’s sure to find interested users once it’s launched. Eagerly awaiting.