Some of you may still be holding out for the big announcement at Google I/O conference. The big announcement I’m referring to is Google’s Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie update. Though there’s been several rumors suggesting that the 5.0 operating system is on a delay and will not be shown off during this years conference held by Google. New evidence may further confirm that delay rumor.

Google is holding their big I/O conference this month and with it comes all sorts of new announcements, updates and big reveals. Though one big reveal that most people may actually be banking on could be a no show. Turns out that there’s been a few devices that have been spotted running a new operating system and it’s not the one we’re looking for. Looks like Google is prepping to release Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, a slight update to the already established Jelly Bean OS.

If Google is starting to roll out this small update then its pretty clear that we won’t hear any news or at least get the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie update for awhile. Regardless, the Google I/O conference is still planning to roll out with one keynote showcasing all the information you could possibly want to hear about Google and their services, one of which is Android. Even though it looks like Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie may not make an appearance, Google does have something to say about their popular mobile operating system.

Source: Android Authority