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Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Accidentally Revealed in LG Webpage

LG Optimus L7 II Dual screenshot

The Android 4.3 Jelly Bean may be true after all. According to Android Authority, the webpage of LG featuring the LG Optimus L7 II Dual just revealed that the new version of the Android operating system. We decided to check out the veracity of the news and found out that the company has indeed posted that the device will possess the unreleased Android operating system.

Typo Error

While the report is definitely very exciting for Android fans, the source speculates that it may be just a form of typographical error committed by the writer of the site. But by checking further the specs of the app in its “Advanced Features” section there it is again. Except that the operating system was listed as the “Jellybean 4.3 Jellybean”.

Is it just strike two for the site or is it jumping the gun on the upcoming Android OS? Whether it is deliberate or just a mistake on the part of LG, we will surely find that out soon when the Dual version of the L7 II comes out.

Checking the Previous Version

As a way to confirm whether the issue is a product of typo or not, the source decided to check out the original version of the LG Optimus L7 II. However, the OS of the product was revealed only as Jelly Bean. There was no mention what Android version it is.

The report also claimed to have reviewed the other devices in the website but there were no other traces of the Android 4.3 OS. It should be noted though that there were mistakes on the OS descriptions of the LG Optimus G and LG Nexus 4.

Android 4.3 Sightings

The source stated that the Android 4.3 has shown up recently in its server logs. The article added that the logs appeared to be coming from a series of Google Nexus devices. A related report from Android Police also claimed to have spotted the Android 4.3 in its logs which appeared to have come from Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 units.

Source: LG Website and Android Authority

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