Leaked documents confirm Google is launching Android 5.0 (aka Key Lime Pie) this spring


Leaked documents from Qualcomm have revealed a spring announcement for Google’s Android 5.0. The documents have since been taken down by request of Qualcomm, but the information in it, as always, will live forever on the internet.

One of the documents say that the “K release” of Android should be hitting in the “March – June” window. Another document outright calls it Key Lime Pie. Gizmodo notes that Google tends to announce these new versions of Android during their I/O events, which falls on May 15 to 17. So to round it all up, Google should be showing Android 5.0, which is called Key Lime Pie, at their Google I/O event that’s from May 15 to 17. Yup, that looks about right.

Mark your calendars! If you thought this was predictable, hopefully Google’s latest mobile OS will bring something completely unexpected.

[via Gizmodo, Android Police, image via Luca Nebuloni]

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  • Enrique

    @Ashraf: You’re welcome! I’m excited to see what changes Google makes this time, I really like the direction they’re going in with Android.

  • Ashraf

    Yes! This is what I have been waiting for. I bought my Nexus S when it first came out (I believe the day of) and wanted to replace it with Nexus 4 but out of stock forced me to wait. I was going to pick it up earlier this week when it came back with 1-2 ship time but the rumors of Android 5.0 and Motorola X phone have got me waiting.

    Thanks, Enrique!