Google Accidentally Confirmed that the Android 4.1 Will be Named Jelly Bean
Google may be gearing up for the release of a new OS version, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, perhaps in next week’s Google I/O. A Galaxy Nexus model listed in the Google Play store will be delivered with the forthcoming Android version. The product description said that the Galaxy Nexus will be the first handset with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. As Google’s roadmaps often gave away sketchy details, little is known about the new Android version. A recently leaked image may give us an early screenshot of Jelly Bean’s interface and it showed slightly modified Google search bar, while the stock browser is replaced by the Chrome app.
Currently, there are 11 different versions of Android in the market, while Apple released only three iOS versions. Adoption has been slow, but it’s picking up steadily as users are upgrading or replacing their devices. As of June 1, only 7 percent Android users have Ice Cream Sandwich devices. Source