Google is indeed gearing up for the release of a new version of its Android platform, and a leak coming from the company itself confirms it.
The Galaxy Nexus HSPA+, which is being sold through Google Play Store, has been listed on the website as “the first phone with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean,” screenshots coming from Droid-life confirm. This is the latest Google phone out there, and it was only natural for it to receive the latest OS upgrade first, as tradition calls.
Moreover, the checkout page on the webs store listed the phone with a new homescreen, in line with what was spotted on the Google I/O conference app screenshots. The mentioning was already pulled off the site, but rumor has it that Google might make an official announcement on the new platform release as soon as next week.