The coming generation of the Android OS could be targeting only the genre of the netbooks and tablets and maybe ignoring the Smartphone completely. Google is coming out with the new version of the Android OS supposedly called the ‘Jelly Bean’, which is specified as the Android 5.0 Jelly Bean. Apparently, Google is also planning to place the Chrome OS (meant specifically for netbooks) function into the Android Jelly Bean, which relies on the Chrome browser and the HTML5 of Google.
But with the Jelly Bean, Google is also looking to give further impetus to the dual-boot idea to the Windows 8 hybrids, which would allow manufacturers to include both the Jelly Bean as well as the Windows 8 in one single device. This would be a good combination between the android system which will be web focused and Windows 8 system which will be business friendly.
However, there are certain issues as the Windows hardware will not allow a second OS because of the boot system. What is to be noted here is that, no Smartphone has been mentioned when it comes to the Android. The fact that the Jelly Bean does not find its way into the Smartphones is a wonder beyond comprehension. After all, why would not they target smartphones with the advent of this new technology?
A master creation would have been possible if the technology of the super successful android version of 3.2 and 2.3 were merged and targeted smartphones. This would have worked equally well on tablets too. Till date only one Android 4.0 smartphone is available and the Android 4.0 tablets are anticipated to arrive very soon.