It’s beginning to appear to be this is actually the week for major companies to let things slip accidentally. Yesterday it was Apple, who definitely have let drawings of the new iPhone through in a patent. Right now it’s Google, who apparently unintentionally confirmed the next version of Android in Google Play today.
Earlier today an article appeared on the XDA developer forums showing a picture of the Google Play checkout screen. The poster have been doing a few cost comparisons of the unlocked Galaxy Nexus, and noticed a fascinating little tidbit within the product description in his shopping cart. The description calls the Galaxy Nexus “The latest smartphone from Google, soon the first phone with Android 4.1 Jell[y Bean].” The post had been noticed by DroidLife, who did a little bit digging of their very own and found not only the reference to 4.1 Jelly Bean, but additionally a thumbnail that generally seems to show a Galaxy Nexus running Jelly Bean.
Perhaps you might expect, the references to Jelly Bean have since been taken off Google Play.
The truth that Google is which includes references to Jelly Bean in Google Play – even by accident – shows that they’re not far from being ready to launch the update. If that’s the case, then the likeliest time for them to do so is going to be at the Google I/O conference next week. Obviously, that simply leaves the question of what additional features Jelly Bean will include. For that, we’ll only have to wait.
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