Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie OS Expected features


Hello Readers..!!! Recently Google has launched its third version Android Jelly Bean OS-the 4.3 OS. But this release does not include many features as expected by people. This was a great disappointment for all those people.

Also Read: Android 4.3 Important Improvement

Instead of fully updated next version, recently Google has launched its third version of the Jelly Bean OS which is called 4.3 Android OS with some improvement over 4.2 Jelly bean OS such as Restricted profile, Bluetooth Smart Ready, OpenGL ES 3.0. Android 4.3 OS is a disappointment for lots of people, especially for those who are waiting for 5.0 versions from long time. But once again rumors of Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie OS have started and it is nearly confirmed that this OS will be launched in October 2013.

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But here is a Good news for all those people. Google Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie OS will be soon launched. It has been found that Google Nexus 7 and Nexus 4 are using the future code starting with alphabet “K”. Indicating toward the next Key Lime Pie OS.

Recent rumors say that  the Nexus 5, Google next upcoming Smartphone will launch with Android 5.0 OS packs in it. Will this happen? If not, then again we will see Nexus 5 with the same OS as in Nexus 4 or other Nexus devices.

Expected Feature of Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie OS

1.) Performance Profiles

2.) Multiple Device Support

3.) Video Chat App

4.) Multi-Select in contacts

5.) Never update option

Now Guys, If you want to know completely about these above mention features then click on below link

Google Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie Expected Features in full detail

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