The next update to Android Jelly Bean is no doubt in the works, but it may already be in the wild. That’s what a video from Czech site SmartMania.cz suggests. During a video overview of the Nexus 4, a look at the “About phone” section of the Settings menu (seen at 6:30 in the clip) quite clearly shows Android 4.2.2 as the software version.
The brief spotting is glossed over, the rest of the video serving only to highlight elements of the Android 4.2 OS that we are already familiar with. This either suggests that somehow the Android version shown in the clip is off or inaccurate, or that Android 4.2.2 will be a quite small update bringing along the sort of behind-the-scenes tweaks and fixes that there isn’t much fuss to be made about.
If the latter is true, it would seem Google has already started pushing the update (or it’s shipping out of the box for newer hardware). We await confirmation either way.
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TAGS: Android 4.2.2 , Jelly Bean , Nexus 4