Android 4.0 Ice-cream Sandwich is yet to be rolled over on all new devices and now rumors that Google is planning to release Android’s next version Android 5.0 Jelly Bean in the second quarter of this year. Ice Cream sandwich is moreover have only 1% market share and still in upgrading stage for most android devises those are running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
As per Taiwan’s Digitimes (an online magazine) Google is planning to launch Android 5.0 at some point in the second quarter. The operating system will be optimized for tablets, Digitimes’ sources say.
However, it is Digitimes’ claim that vendors will be able to add Android 5.0 to a Windows 8-based tablet or notebook, allowing users to switch between the operating systems without a reboot (hot swapable ), that’s getting the most attention.
Android is designed for smartphones and tablets, and Google’s Chrome OS mostly handles the company’s notebook strategy. Why Google would want to see Android running on notebooks–alongside Windows 8 is unknown.
Android 5.0 Jelly Bean is really going to make Chrome work as a product, it’ll port Chrome OS to mobile devices, sync between desktops, tablets, and smartphones, and take full advantage of the Chrome browser’s expanding lineup of games and productivity apps.
One the most exciting aspects of Windows 8 OS is its flexibility–that you can jump from tablet to smartphone to game console and back. Adding Google products to the mix makes Microsoft’s upcoming revamp of Windows even more insanely thrilling .