More recently, we have seen the official release of Android 4.2 , and few weeks back there was a news of the following software platform called Google Android 5.0, which is now publically known as the Key Lime Pie (i.e. Lemon Tart). Thus, the Internet Searching Giant (The Big G) is obviously going to continue with “Cooking Themes” in the names of versions of its popular mobile operating system, and thus publicizing the fifth edition of Android in the benchmark NenaMark2, as it is installed on the latest smartphone Sony LT30i which is not yet exposed to public usage.
This unit is referred to as a “Cousin Brother” model LT30p Sony (Xperia T), which debuted at the end of August during the IFA consumer electronics trade show in 2012, and in the case of its appearance on the market, is likely to be representative of the Nexus line from a Japanese vendor. In this case, the test for this smartphone Android 5.0 is quite logical, since the device under the brand name Nexus, created in partnership with Google, always get the latest version of the small greens robots.
About the functionality of Android 5.0 (Key Lime Pie) until it is too early, as the OS, obviously, will be programmed no earlier than next spring. As for the smartphone Sony LT30i, its precise characteristics are also not yet known, but here we can expect a touch screen with a diagonal of 4.5 inches and a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and a Qualcomm chip with Adreno 220 graphics, and high-quality camera with recording Full HD video and excellent design Sony-style.