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May 2, 2013

Android 4.3 Versions Appear on More Devices

Some of the latest reports on Google’s plans for the Android operating system suggested that the company might be set to make official a new platform release at the Google I/O conference in May, and that it could call it Android 4.3, and some new confirmation on this has emerged.

A recent article on Android Authority notes that various devices running under Android 4.3 have already been spotted in server logs, and that more than one OS release is being prepared under the Android 4.3 name. To be more precise, they claim that handsets and tablets such as Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10 have been spotted as accessing their website with Android 4.3.3 and Android 4.3.1 loaded on top. The platform was also seen on Huawei U8819 and ADR8995 4G (Pantech Breakout).

This is not the first time that this OS flavor is spotted, though it hasn’t been seen on non-Nexus devices before. The new software might continue using the Jelly Bean branding.

Android 4.3 emerges in more server logs
Image credits to Android Authority


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