The operating system's next version will be optimized for tablets and will work alongside Windows 8, claims the Taiwan-based Digitimes.
Although we could be at least a half year away from an announcement, it's never too early to start wishing for features.
The next version of Android is to be called Key Lime Pie, following on from Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean.
Rumor Has It host Karyne Levy joins us as we discuss Android Jelly Bean rumors, the pen-friendly LG Vu, and a couple of crazy Android implementations. Hint: think sunglasses and toothbrushes.
New operating systems look to complete our transition to a touch-screen world, but are we patient enough to wait? It's especially tricky if you're in need of both a new phone and laptop.
Android 5.0 Jelly Bean is rumoured to arrive in the second half of this year -- and could run Windows 8 too.
The next Android firmware version will apparently be called Jelly Bean, and we're not too thrilled about that. How about Jelly Donut instead? Mmm. We also discuss less tasty topics like the HTC Sensation XE, the LG Marquee, a potential new Droid Razr, the upcoming HTC event next week, and lots of carrier news.
Rumors indicate that Android's next release will follow the same unconventional naming scheme as its predecessors.
This Is My Next has a scoop that the next Android version to be named Jelly Bean.
The next version of Android will be called Jelly Bean, and may well hold all the good stuff we were hoping for in ICS. So what's going on?