Lots of rumors are going around the unveiling of Android Key Lime Pie at Google I/O conference, scheduled for next month. We have already heard that Google may unveil revamped Nexus 7 tablet and Nexus 4 smartphone at the conference. Rumors about devices pre-loaded with Android 5.0 (Key Lime Pie) were also abuzz. According to new reports, Google might not launch Android Key Lime Pie at the I/O conference.
Google has reportedly delayed Key Lime Pie for 2-4 months to give more time to OEMs to keep up with the new Android versions. Some people are speculating that there might be another reason behind this delay — the launch of a rumored Motorola X smartphone. Google might be thinking of merge both announcements together!
Currently, 29.3% of Android devices run Ice Cream Sandwich. In second place comes Jelly Bean, which runs some 23% devices. Launching a new version would further increase the fragmentation. Seems, Google wants to avoid that through pushing back the release of Key Lime Pie.
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