Android 5.0 rumoured for Late-October Release, To work on Devices even with 512MB RAM
The new reports about Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie has arrived on the web this morning via VR-Zone. According to their report, Google is planning to launch the next Android version, probably dubbed as Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, in late-October. The report has some interesting news to all the low-end users.
Android 5.0 was actually planned for Google I/O 2013 release, but the manufactures didn't allowed Google to do this, as they wanted Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean get some popularity before the release of Android 5.0. Also, if Android 5.0 was released at Google I/O, then manufacturers will be 2 update behind before moving to Android 5.0.
Due to which Google is rumoured to working on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, which is expected to hit the web in coming weeks.
Coming back to Android 5.0, according to VR-Zone, the next Android OS will be launched in late-October and will be optimised to work perfectly on low-end hardware devices, even devices with 512MB RAM. Considering the fact that, 512MB RAM is nothing for a budget-Android Smartphone these days, Google's decision to make Android 5.0 KLP work on 512MB RAM is a Good News.
There are no more details available right now but we can expect some more reports to hit the web soon.
Source - VR-Zone