Google’s next version of Android will be called Jelly Bean

Google have let slip that the next version of Android will be called Jelly Bean. The information came straight from Google Play, but was taken down soon after.

Droid-Life managed to get a screen shot confirming it.

They also reported that the new system would be on the new Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ phone. The screen shot also shows the price of the phone as $400. That is roughly £250 here in the UK, but it is doubtful that will be the actual price here when it is released.

Google plan on selling the phone direct from it online store which would be following the Apple model. It also looks as if they will give multiple mobile device makers early access to the new version.

The Galaxy Nexus and Jelly Bean are expected to be officially unveiled at Google I/O ( their annual developer conference), in San Francisco next week. A new tablet, the Google Nexus 7 built by Asus, is also expected to be announced there.


Posted on June 22, 2012, in Hardware, News, Software, Tech and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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