It is official. Google would be calling their next major operating software system as Jelly Bean
As in the past, Google set up sculptures to show off their operating systems, this year they unveiled their latest OS through a sculpture showing an Android filled with jelly beans.
Last year, Google had put up a statue showing an Android looking like an Ice Cream Sandwich and the brand announced their current operating system Ice Cream Sandwich. In the year before last, Google had set up a sculpture of a Gingerbread Android.
Google has a tendency of naming their Android operating softwares in alphabetical order based on desserts. Android 1.0 had no real version name. Cupcake was the one that followed suit with Donut being the name of the one after that. Android 2.1 was called Éclair, while 2.2 came to be known as Froyo. The most popular one of these operating softwares is Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
After that, Google came up with a tablet centric version of Android, called Honeycomb, which didn’t really appeal too much to masses and following that we have the much anticipated Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 update – something that is in the process of being rolled out soon enough to a wide variety of tablet and phone users. Android 4.1 is going to be titled Jelly Bean.