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The much talked about Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update has successfully remained elusive. There is hardly any up-front detail about it, but that doesn't mean it's completely invisible. There have been several reports about certain handsets being spotted running on the new updated OS. Previously, Nexus 4, LG Optimus L7 2 Dual were spotted running on Android 4.3 and there was also news that India based manufacturers are also working on the update.
Although the information has been coming in bits and pieces, the Android 4.3 has been seen popping up on new smartphones one by one. Here's something new, the HTC One Google Play Store edition running on the new update has been spotted on Bluetooth SIG. The smartphone carrying the model number PNG71xx_Android_4.3_G was submitted for Bluetooth certification on June 18 and was approved on July 5. Android 4.3 carries support for Bluetooth 4.0 LE (Low Energy) and therefore allows the handset to connect to accessories supporting the LE standards.
Previously, there were also reports that Samsung is testing out the new update for Google edition of it's Flagship smartphone Galaxy S4 and even the next version of the Nexus 7 is expected to come running on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. There is no confusion on the existence of the update, but the real question is when is Google going to unveil it? After plenty of dead end rumors about it's unveiling dates, one can say, the only way to know about this is when an official announcement comes forth. But now that the leaks regarding the update are increasing, the announcement shouldn't be too far.