Well, well, another version of Android appears to be on the horizon. Google plans to continue the trend of naming Android builds — in alphabetical order — after deserts, according to a report from The Verge.

First there was Cupcake, then Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread and finally Ice Cream Sandwich.

As we reported in late February, the next major Android build will be named Jelly Bean, and even though Google has not officially acknowledged the next version of Android, it is believed that “Jelly Bean” could be released as soon as this summer despite the fact that Ice Cream Sandwich is on only 1% of all devices.

The Verge claims that “Key Lime Pie” will come after Jelly Bean. However, no details surrounding the OS were provided and no launch time frame was supplied beyond speculation that Google will launch Key Lime Pie in 2013.

  • Paul578

    I think Google is moving a bit fast with the updates. At least wait until Jelly Bean is out. Wow.

    • Diane Ross

      No, there’s extensive planning going on long before the versions are released.

  • Adam Kelly

    Really Google, you need to spend more time making manufacturers update the devices you’ve got like Apple and MS do. That’s why I switched to iPhone and not going back. No fragmentation, no lagging, and I always get my updates.

    • Bilesha Wellton

      Yeah, I love my iPhone too, but I hate the company that makes it.

      • Holy cow. My old comment before this site switching to Disqus.

        Yes, I’m bored. lol