Rumors and speculations about Android 4.3 have been flying all around for weeks. And it's said that Google plans to unveil Android Jelly Bean 4.3 at the Google I/O conference on Wednesday, May 15, 2013.
This news, which has been confirmed in a search listing on Google's developer website, is not much of a surprise to those who watch the mobile industry closely. The page is then quickly removed from the website.
Android 4.3 is still largely a mystery; developers are working gradually to develop better features in this exclusive android platform. The update is said to contain a new kind of Bluetooth called Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and the OpenGL for Embedded Systems 3.0 graphics specification. BLE would help conserve battery life on mobile devices that connect to peripherals like smartwatches and speakers, and OpenGL allows for advanced visual effects in games and graphics-intensive applications.
Google's press release says that BLE support will come "later this year," without specifying exactly when that will happen. But Android Beat tells us that someone said during one Google I/O session that "Android API release 18 will get Bluetooth Smart functionality in ‘a couple of months'".
A little bird also tells us that Android Jelly Bean 4.3 will be utilizing open GL ES 3.0 system to improve the graphic system. If true, then users are definitely going to have ball playing games, watching videos and snapping pictures.
Though Google didn't discuss Android Jelly Bean 4.3 at Google's I/O keynote, it is believed that Android 4.3 will be launched at some point in July.
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I/O is Google's biggest event of the year, a three-day soiree for the company and its developers to talk about the present and future of Google's products. It's also the week Google tends to make its biggest announcements — from the Nexus 7 to Google TV, Chrome to Glass and everything in between, Google plays its biggest cards every year in the middle of May.comments powered by Disqus