The Next Android 4.0.2 Will Start With Letter “K”


The Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich was really adorable. The function on the OS was mind blowing. We have come across some facts that people might not have noticed. If you are waiting for the next Android 4.0.2 OS, then you might also be eager to know what the next Android OS will be called as? What are the new added feature on Android 4.0.2? and many more.

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Google haven’t told us about the name of the next 2.0.2 Android OS, but we have come across some facts. According to the history of Google’s Android, they have named every OS a food name. Let’s see the name:

Version Code name Release date API level Distribution (November 1, 2012)
4.1-4.2 Jelly Bean July 9, 2012 16 2.7%
4.0.3 – 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich December 16, 2011 15 25.8%
3.2 Honeycomb July 15, 2011 13 1.4%
3.1 Honeycomb May 10, 2011 12 0.4%
2.3.3-2.3.7 Gingerbread February 9, 2011 10 53.9%
2.3-2.3.2 Gingerbread December 6, 2010 9 0.3%
2.2 Froyo May 20, 2010 8 12.0%
2.1 Eclair October 26, 2009 7 3.1%
1.6 Donut September 15, 2009 4 0.3%
1.5 Cupcake April 30, 2009 3 0.1%

On this table you will only see the name of the OS’s, but we have observed a unique thing. They started with the letter A, then B and that went on till J that is Jelly Bean. Google is actually playing with the Alphabets. According to the chart, the name of the next Android OS will be starting with the letter “K.”

Even though we have got the format, the name of the next Android OS remains suspense. So what do you thing the next Android OS will be known as? let us know about your view.

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