• 4.3 Android and a Nexus 4 LTE Now Appear in AnTuTu

    We already know that it is not excessively complicated forging an image of this type, although when the river sounds, water, and we have already seen several news indicating that we will not see Key Lime Pie in the upcoming Google I/O within two weeks, but rather the third flavor of Jelly Bean, Android 4.3.

    This time, it could also be confirmed one of the devices expected for the fair annual Google, which is none other than LTE version of Nexus 4, which also is has been talking about lately.

    As we know, Nexus line is renewed at the end of the year, and as devices for I/O 2013 star already we have the Google Glass and the new version of the Nexus 7, so it is no surprise that LG and Google user reviving sales of the Nexus 4 with an LTE version of the same.

    On the other hand, has been much talk about the X Phone and that will release the new version of Android, Key Lime Pie, although it does not seem feasible that it will arrive within 15 days, so it would be very likely that Google fair see 4.3 Android Jelly Bean and not the new version, which would come later with the first device of the new era of Motorola.

    In addition, and as a note, Google always celebrates a new version of Android with the placement of his figure in the garden of the building of Android at GooglePlex, so it surprised us that Key Lime Pie be presented without this detail that always has been fulfilled in Mountain View.

    So, the setting for the Google I/O 2013 seems to be clarified with the passage of days, so don’t expect to see in detail the Phone X, which could speak in the midst of the new plans for Motorola, and it seems that we will not see 5.0 Android Key Lime Pie, so we will have to settle for Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, the messaging service from Google, Babel, and the likely Game Center for Android.

    We disiparemos doubts in two weeks, so aim on the agenda the next May 15 because Engadget will be in San Francisco to bring you the information first hand and from the heart of the 2013 Google I/O.

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