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By GialanG, Senior Member on 24th June 2014, 04:02 PM
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L = 50, so does L stand for 5.0?
Android 5 + Nexus 5 = Perfect combo
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24th June 2014, 04:04 PM |#2  
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Yes, L will most likely be 5 or 4.5
24th June 2014, 04:18 PM |#3  
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My money is on 4.5

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My money is on 4.5

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same, but i don't think that next version of android will be presented at google i/o
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@bonzi2994 I feel they will announce it. Just a gut feeling nothing more though.

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same, but i don't think that next version of android will be presented at google i/o

Why not? A new phone probably wont be announced but rumors have been pointing to a possible tablet. Google has announced tablets at Google I/O in the past. And a new version of android usually comes with it.
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My money is on 4.5

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Why not? A new phone probably wont be announced but rumors have been pointing to a possible tablet. Google has announced tablets at Google I/O in the past. And a new version of android usually comes with it.

last year for example no new versione of android was announced
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Latest news says that there will be no new phone or tablet but there will be a new android version 5.0 with Quantum Paper and new flat design of all OS also with removed dalvik runtime so ART is default now and also deep google now integration

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last year for example no new versione of android was announced

And in 2012 at I/O they introduced jelly bean and the first nexus 7 tablet. With jelly bean came project butter, expandable notifications, Google Now, and other new features, it was quite a big update.

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last year for example no new versione of android was announced

man its 2014 and last year was 2013 and the Nexus 5 with android 4.4 was announced ... or am I an idiot ???

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man its 2014 and last year was 2013 and the Nexus 5 with android 4.4 was announced ... or am I an idiot ???

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That wasn't Google I/O. It was towards the end of the year.

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