It looks like the next-version of Google’s Android mobile operating system is out and have confirmed Android 5.0 as the next major one in a promo.
All happened while advertising the new World Cup card now available on Google Now, it may have apparently confirmed the number of the next Android release. This time it shows 5:00, which is typically used by Google to denote the Android version in all of their promos.
In a recent tweet, Google may have teased the next major version of their mobile OS, Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie (rumored) and planning to unveil at Google I/O later this month. It’s belieavable when Google is about to release a new version or a newer device, it uses the clock on the device to show which version of Android it is running.
It is not uncommon for something like this to “leak” in Google’s screenshots, something we’ve seen in the past from their Google app listings in the Play Store. Last year when Google made a non-money-exchanging-hands kind of deal with Nestle to name Android 4.4 after their KitKat candy bar, it’s possible now, Google could do similar with the L series of release (maybe Lemonhead) or may be (Lollipop or LemonPie).
Note: Google has done this in the past with Android 4.4., Android 4.3, Android, 4.2, Android 4.0 and so on. As you can see in the photo above, the time on the clock is 5.00, which is a hint from Google about Android 5.0.
The photo above is the first time Google has shown one of their devices with the time a 5.00. Google will soon or later unveil Android 5.0 version.