Android 4.3 Release Spotted Briefly In Google Search Results

Posted: May 15, 2013 in Android, Google, GT

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Google seems determined to leak all the exciting
Google I/O news ahead of the official event. We’ve
already seen the new Google Maps go live briefly
before being pulled down, are hearing reports of a new
music streaming service, and now there’s been
confirmation that the next version of Android appears to be Android 4.3. As with the Google Maps leak, this too was spotted
only momentarily before being pulled, but not before
being snapped by the folks over at The Verge, who
provided the first screenshot below. A reference to
“Android 4.3″ appeared in Google’s search results,
while they were poking through Google’s developer site, source.android.com. Google has since pulled down the cached page (it
now 404s). Bing has also spotted the reference: Other than confirming its existence, there’s not much
more detail to this particular leak regarding what the
updated operating system will provide in terms of
features. However, as the Verge post notes, the
update is generally expected to bring Bluetooth Low
Energy (BLE), which could help with battery life conversation on smart watches and other connected
devices, as well as the OpenGL for Embedded
Systems 3.0 graphics specification. developing…

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