by Joe Levi | October 29, 2012 5:56 PM
First and foremost Android 4.2 is still "Jelly Bean", not "Key Lime Pie", not "Kit Kat", not (insert your favorite dessert that starts with the letter "K" here). Instead, Android 4.2 is "a new flavor of Jelly Bean". This means a few things: most importantly that it's an iterative build, not a major build; and it implies that all devices currently running Android 4.1.x (which is also "Jelly Bean") will get the Android 4.2 upgrade -- sooner or later. Code names aside, what's in 4.2? Google has gone on the record saying that Android 4.2 is "the simplest and smartest version of Android yet". ...
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