Sundar Pichai Confirms Next Version Of Android at Google I/O 2014

By Vivek

Google I/O, an annual developer-focused conference by Google started today and the tech-bloggers and sites are more than excited about it in many different levels. However, most of the eyes focused on the Android Wear devices from Motorola, Samsung and LG.

Sundar Pichai Confirms Next Version Of Android at Google I/O 2014


Anyways, another interesting thing that will make the Android fans more happy is the possible announcement of the next generation Android version.

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Moreover, confirming the new version of Android, in an exclusive interview with Businessweek, Pichai who is the Head of Google's Android, said he will be master of ceremonies at Google I/O and among other things revealed on the stage he will also preview the next version of Android.

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Thus, tomorrow (June 26), the next version of Android operating system will be officially unveiled at Google I/O.

The news about the new version of Android started making rounds just a while ago and a possible screenshots of the same were leaked earlier today were a clear hint that Google is ready to make an official announcement regarding the so-called Android "L." We are not sure what the initial "L" stands for but it could possibly be "Lollipop."

But it should be noted that the next version of Android will only be a preview version. But worry not, if you are already thinking about the release date, you can expect a major update on your smartphones by early 2015.

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