There are chances that Google might prepare the Jelly Bean for Android devices and serve it around the second quarter of 2012.

The day when Google had launched the Chrome Operating System for netbooks and portable devices, the company decided to rebuild its interface once again but in a different package altogether. Because the important attributes were somehow not functioning correctly. For that reason, the developers shifted their focus on Android platform and released the Ice Cream Sandwich in the end. Undoubtedly, the Ice Cream Sandwich is packed with some extraordinary features but is it only used on limited devices. Since this particular edition of Android is unable to excite the customers due to lack of hardware requirements, Google might roll out both Android and Chrome OS collectively.

In a recent news shared by Digitimes, an eminent news portal in Asia has informed that Google can release Android 5.0 Jelly Bean in the second quarter of this year. Moreover, both Chrome OS and Android may combine so that users can obtain an enhanced product. Although Google is yet to make an official announcement, the sources are claiming that the Android 5.0 would compete with Microsoft’s Windows 8 OS. So, if you are thinking that only Windows 8 is making a buzz then it’s time to keep an eye on Google and wait for the actual date for Android 5.0 Jelly Bean.