Jelly Bean Android 4.3 was one of many no-shows at Google I/O 2013, alongside the 32GB LTE-friendly Nexus 4 and aaaaaall the other goodies we were unofficially promised.
“Where the hell is Jelly Bean Android 4.3?” is a perfectly valid question at this stage, and the answer to that – earlier this week, at least – was: at a Thai mobile expo thingamajig.
We’re still not entirely sure what Jelly Bean Android 4.3 will deliver, though a handful of leaks from this Thai mobile expo appear to reveal a few camera tweaks.
Looking at build JWR45B from mid-May the, er, camera controls (including location, countdown timer, image size…) have seemingly been repositioned, as evidenced in this high-octane YouTube video.
And that’s about all we can garner about Jelly Bean Android 4.3 for now. Probably safe to say it won’t be a massive overhaul. The next major version of Android will inevitably be Key Lime Pie Android 5.0.
As for Jelly Bean Android 4.3, it’s tipped to arrive alongside the white Google Nexus 4 on June 10, which just happens to be the day Apple’s WWDC gets underway. Funny that.