Hands-On: Google Nexus 4
4.1 only included mostly speed improvements (aka project butter) and the initial releases of some features like Google Now, and enhanced notifications.
It's likely that some of the features weren't ready when Google wanted to release Jellybean by, so they were pushed back until now.
Also, Google wants to only release new major versions (as in new codename) on a yearly cycle.
Seems like 4.2 should have been reserved for KLP, unless they're jumping up to v5 for the next major release....?
Not that it really matters, I'm just curious as to the logic there.
It just makes sense for the big 'code named' releases to be the x.0 releases.
But they actually already have 4.1.1, the most recent update was 4.1.2, so this would really have to be 4.1.3.
There is no hard and fast rule for how to number things, but basically the way companies tend to do it is that if there is a significant UI change, then it moves up to the next number, say 2.0 to 3.0, if it is only minor bug fixes that don't introduce significant new features then you increase the third number, so it goes from, say, 3.0 to 3.0.1, and if there are changes more significant enough for the...
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