Google makes two teaser of Android Key Lime Pie in I / O
May 21, 2013 at 13:00
The event Google I / O He left the specialized media thirsty as well as the users who expected both new devices and an advance in the Android version. Perhaps as a result of a magical fascination with the number beyond tangible improvements, 5.0 Key Lime Pie, San Francisco flew over, casting a shadow of disappointment. Those of Mountain View, however, also contributed to continued speculation with teasers twice during a presentation for developers.
Everything happened during the Meier Challenge conference Android Protips 3: Making Apps Work Like Magic. It sought to teach developers how to use advanced development techniques to make applications much more attractive and impactful to the senses. In his presentation there were two moments when we could see something related to the famous Texan cake that gives its name to the new version of Google's operating system.
First, in a video in the middle of the conference, we see an android robot wearing a magician's hat eating this famous cake sitting next to a girl who eats ice cream. Around 25 minutes and 37 seconds of the video, you will see it.
At another time, they showed as an example a fairly basic game in which a group of characters face a final boss, an alien entity of strange shapes and cyclops, who has several skills with which to attack them. Among those skills are Chrome, Jelly Bean and Key Lime Pie.
The search engine company has always been very shower with this type of teasers, since they know about what generate a lot of attention and expectation For your new products. Fans want the arrival of this new system, although, in this I / O conference we have seen how Californians brought great advances in their services that were also extensive to old versions of Android. It has been interpreted as a effort to reduce fragmentation in the user experience between the different terminals. The arrival of a new OS with new functionalities of high requirements would not help that mission. Despite this, it is expected that on June 10, the evolution to Android 4.3 will be presented along with a white version of the Nexus 4.
Source: Android Authority