According to DigiTimes, Google will unveil its next major OS build, Android 5.0 Jelly Bean in Q3 of 2012. This is interesting timing, and we believe this may not be the smartest move. Ice Cream Sandwich is currently found on 2%- 3% of Android smartphones according to the site, though Google’s own online version tracker puts the figure at just 1.6%. Granted, a lot of devices will be upgrading to ICS, and a new crop is due to release with it, but this does nothing to quell the argument about "fragmentation." Why bring devices "current" only to go back to square one with a very low percentage of phones running 5.0? This cannot be healthy for development of the Android ecosystem.
Is this too soon to be rolling out another OS, or is it not soon enough? We want to hear from you.