If you go along with what passes for accepted wisdom, you'll be expecting Google's Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie to hit the big time at Google I/O next month.
However, reports are now suggesting that Google has decided to postpone the launch of its next full version of Android until later this year – and that it's effectively Android Jelly Bean's fault.
Well, we say “reports”. Actually, it's “report”, and it comes from Gadgetronica, which claims to have “trusty internal sources” giving it the latest info.
And that is that Google has decided to delay the rollout of Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie by “2-4 months” in order to give Android OEMs more time to get their Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean updates out into the wild.
If so it's simply the logical result of what has seemed like a sluggish approach to implementing Jelly Bean almost since the beginning.
It's been almost a full year since Jelly Bean was announced – at last year's Google I/O, as it happens – and yet by the turn of the year Google's own figures showed JB was present on just 10% of Android devices. And that was both versions of Jelly Bean combined – look at just Android 4.2 on its own and the figure dropped to just 1.5%.
Taken from that point, the prospect of an entirely new generation of Android being announced just five months later seems ridiculous.
And yet rumours aside, that continues to be the expectation for Google I/O, which runs from May 15-17. Interestingly, these suggestions of a delay to Android 5.0 KLP come hot on the heels of rumours that the other headline announcement a lot of people are expecting at Google I/O, the unveiling of a Nexus 5 handset, has also been put on the back burner and instead we'll only be getting an upgraded Nexus 4.
Could they simply be opposite sides of the same coin? We'll know in a few weeks' time.