Google Music was first teased back at Google I/O 2010, but little developments have been made since then. Countless times we have heard the service was near launch, but this latest bit of info gives us hope that it might actually go live before Google I/O 2011. You’ll see in the above screenshot a device running Gingerbread with a “Sync Music” option within the accounts and sync dialog. The image comes courtesy of GizmoFusion, and suggests that music integration will be as deep as contact, Facebook, and calendar sync.
Still, a lot of questions remain and the screenshot should be taken with a grain of salt. Where did this build of Gingerbread come from? Is it actually the Android 2.4 build we have recently been hearing of? What do you all think?