The new Android version is on many lips these days. The Key Lime Pie is much expected by all Android users – the release date is nowhere to find though, but it seems that it is not finished yet, needing some more verification. It seems that the new Android OS will feature a Linux 3.8 kernel, which will help with faster and more stable multi-tasking, RAM usage and battery drain. It is also rumored to feature Project RoadRunner, which will increase your battery life substantially. Among other rumors, we find quite interesting the fact that the update might be supported only by devices with quad-core processors, while the ones with dual-core processors might stick to the Jelly Bean.
The first device with Android 5.0 is said to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Google is keen in making the update operating system flawless. Users expect the update to bring them the ability of turning on/off WiFi or Bluetooth with voice commands. Upgraded keyboard is also rumored to be on the 5.0 OS, according to our source. With the Key Lime Pie, you will also have better multiple device support, meaning that, from now on, switching between your smartphone and tablet will be easier. Among expected features, we also find the desire for a video chat app.
Another great feature expected to come with the Android 5.0 is the Cross-device SMS sync, which means you will be able to stock your SMS on your Google account and access them whenever you want, on any other device. As we said earlier, the update is expected to be released somewhere in October 2013, but we can’t be sure about that, giving the fact that Google hasn’t made any official announcement yet. However, is it very much expected and we believe that everyone is curious in knowing the true features of the Key Lime Pie. We’re hoping the waiting won’t be bitter.