By Ishayat Ahmed | Jun 22, 2012 10:22 AM EDT
Google has accidentally revealed the first phone that is going to receive Android’s next big release, Jelly Bean. It is Galaxy Nexus.
Google's I/O conference is going to take place in just a few days and now the company has mistakenly revealed a big information about its next Android operating system Jelly Bean. Users who tried to purchase an unlocked version of Galaxy Nexus from Google Play Store saw this message under description "The latest smartphone from Google, soon the first phone with Android 4.1 Jell..." It couldn't be just a random mistake as the company announced some information about Jelly Bean recently.
There is not much information available about Jelly Bean at the moment. But looking at the past experience, it is easy to say that Verizon's LTE version won't be receiving a Jelly Bean update soon. Google removed that 'mistakenly displayed' description after realizing its mistake. But someone from Droid-life managed to take a screenshot of that description and the handset displaying Jelly Bean's user interface.
The screenshot is quite small but does reveal some information that it is similar to Ice Cream Sandwich's update with a few changes. The search bar is looking slightly different and looks similar to the one revealed for promoting Google I/O app. People who want to know more about the new Android operating system have to wait for Google I/O conference.
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