Sunday, 19 May 2013



Recently, during the annual Google I/O conference keynote, Google didn’t formally announce the official release date of its upcoming Android upgrade but it is expected to be launched on June 4th, 2013 as per insiders.
It seems that Google has chosen to keep details about its upcoming Nexus hardware a secret perhaps this is the reason for it not to disclose anything about it in this conference. According to rumors, this new device is going to look just like the existing Nexus 4 model and is supposed to provide LTE or Long Term Evolution 4G networks. However, nothing has been officially disclosed about the White Nexus 4, the release date for these is expected to be in the first week of June 2013.

Google has released a new software update for its latest Nexus devices, the Android Jelly Bean 4.3 update, which is designed to fix the bug we heard about previously in the Android People App.

The Android 4.3 software update is now available for the Google Nexus 4, the Google Nexus 7 and the Google Nexus 10, it is only a small update and should be available as an OTA update on your device.

Android 4.3 is arriving in the next few months, according to reports. Will it be on the Nexus 5 or Google's stock Android Samsung Galaxy S4?

Android 4.3 Jelly Bean wasn’t announced during the Google I/O keynote, possibly because the company also didn’t announce any new flagship Nexus devices to debut it on, but the new build is apparently coming very shortly according to the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (BSIG).
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