A leaked Qualcomm roadmap sent the blogoshphere in a tissy after it tipped off a potential time frame when we could see the next iteration of Google’s Android: Key Lime Pie. Qualcomm was quick on sending take down notices to anyone posting the images, including Phone Arena and the Android Police where the doc was originally posted. According to the doc, Key Lime Pie was mentioned as “K-release” for spring, placing it somewhere between March and June.
Given Qualcomm was so adamant about removing any images or info pertaining to KLP, this leads us to believe they are, in fact, legit. Also, the fact that Google unveiled Jelly Bean at last year’s Google I/O developer conference fits in perfectly with Qualcomm’s leaked date. Now we just gotta figure out what Google could have planned for Key Lime Pie. Any features currently lacking in Android you’d like to see in KLP? As far as devices go, something tells me we might see a refresh of the ASUS Nexus 7.
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