Friday, 17 February 2012

Android 5.0 Jelly Bean tipped for Q2,2012 Release with Dual-boot Devices on 2013

Android Jelly Bean



Android 5.0 Jelly Bean
 may arrive as early as Q2 2012, supply chain sources claim, with Google apparently integrating Chrome OS functionality for dual-boot tablets and netbooks. Those are not the search giant only dual-OS ambitions. However, insiders tells that Google is pushing Android 5.0 and Windows 8 hybrids to its manufacturing partners, for notebooks, netbooks and tablets that offer the best of both platforms. but we will not see any Android 5.0 JB devices till 2013.

Although Google is yet to comment significantly on whether Ice Cream Sandwich has met its expectations in the market, it is clear that Android 4.0 is yet to gain a significant foothold. According to Google's own stats, as of February 1 2012 only 1-percent of devices were running ICS, with the majority still on Android 2.3.x Gingerbread.
Jelly Bean

The dual-booting Android 5.0 Jelly Bean and Windows 8 machines will be able to hot-swap between the two platforms, the sources indicate, rather than demanding a reboot each time. That would give users the opportunity to use Android for its web-centric functionality and speed, while switching to Windows would offer the various legacy and business apps many users still demand.

Also, It is worth remembering that Microsoft Windows 8 hardware requirements apparently block second OS installation on ARM-based PCs by users, thanks to a locked Secure Boot system, though it is unclear whether OEMs are permitted to do so before the hardware leaves the factory.


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