If you have an Android phone, one of the biggest challenges you may have heard about is fragmentation. Android 4.1 or Jelly Bean is the most current version of the Android operating system and while there are many customers that are still waiting for the Jelly Bean upgrade on their Android phone, the next version of Android is around the corner.
Google is now making plans for the Android 4.2 launch and it is believed that the newest version of the OS will coincide with the launch of the next Nexus phone which will take place at the end of this month. While analysts continue to wait to see just exactly what are the new features that will be brought forward with Android 4.2, we are starting to get our first glimpses through a series of rumours. Android 4.2 will launch with the next Nexus and when it does, it will allow the Nexus to stream more digital content through Google Play and in addition to this, the handset will also have access to additional games that are not currently available on tablets and other Android phones.
There’s also talk about a Customization Center which will help users personalize their phone to their own preferences. Additionally, there will be updates to Google Now so that it can address questions regarding configuration and other how to questions. You may also recall Project Butter which came out to make Android a little smoother to run. Well, Android 4.2 comes with Project Roadrunner which delivers subtle tweaks to improve the battery performance on Android devices.