Key Lime Pie, the fifth installment in Android's book of life, is set to release this summer and we are now getting word of what devices will get upgrades to the new OS. So far Samsung is the first to give indication on which of its devices will get a Key Lime Pie flavored refresh.
According to credible sources, both the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II will be the first to get the upgrade as will several other Samsung devices released in the past year. The just released Galaxy S IV will also see an Android 5 reboot along with the upcoming Galaxy Note 8.0 and Note 10.1.
Unfortunately legacy hardware that was released longer than one year ago will most likely not see an official update, says the sources. While Google has for the most part kept quiet about Key Lime Pie, we do know that it exists and that it is massively integrated with social networking and features a new keyboard. It also is said to feature syncing that lets multiple Android device owners share data between their other Android devices.
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