Now you must be wondering why it is the CDE s instead of the standard ABC s when discussing Android. This is not about the basic ABCs of Android. Rather it is about the Google Android version alphabet. We are still searching for the answer to why A and B have been missed (but we have a guess*) and you are most welcome to share any info on that.
Down below is how Google alphabetically and interestingly introduced their Android versions.
C for Cupcake
D for donut
E for Éclair
F for Froyo
G for Gingerbread
H for honeycomb
I for Ice cream sandwich
J for jelly bean
And K for Key lime pie
Now we will discuss flavor and taste of the desserts from C to J which are already served on the table while waiting to discuss about dessert K which Google is still cooking inside the oven…
|Android version||Release date||Key features introduced|
|Cupcake||1.5||30 April 2009||
|Donut||1.6||15 September 2009||
|Éclair||2.0, 2.0.1, 2.1||26 October 2009||
|Froyo||2.2.x||20 May 2010||
|Gingerbread||2.3 – 2.3.2, 2.3.3 – 2.3.7||6 December 2010||
|Honeycomb||3.0, 3.1, 3.2.x||22 February 2011||
|Ice Cream Sandwich||4.0.1, 4.0.2, 4.0.3, 4.0.4||19 October 2011||
|Jelly bean||4.1, 4.2||9 July 2012||
*’A’ for Apple pie and ‘B’ for Banana Bread? Since Google is silent on this, we are really not sure though.
Any guesses of the features of the dessert in the oven, the Android Key Lime Pie?