There were high expectations about Google releasing a new Android operating system at Google I/O, first it was Android 5.0 Key Limepie and then it was Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Although these plans did not materialize, all hope is not lost, because there are new rumours that the Android 4.3 OS might get an unveiling along with the white Nexus 4 on June 10.
Previously there were rumours that the HTC leaked the features of the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) support, OpenGL for Embedded Systems 3.0 graphics. BLE is said to help in conserving battery life on mobile devices that connect to external devices such as smartwatches and speakers, OpenGL adds support for advanced visual effects in games and graphics-intensive applications.
There have been reports that the operating is still being tested, but anyways there is still no official news from the search giant. The Verge reported that the operating system was confirmed on Google's developer website, but then it was removed. Is there any truth to the June 10 rumour? We will have to wait and see.