Google plans to unveil Android 4.3, an updated version of its popular mobile operating system, at the Google I/O conference on Wednesday. The news won’t come as much of a surprise to those who follow the mobile industry closely, since rumors to that effect have been swirling for weeks. Android 4.3 is now confirmed, however, as a Google search result discovered by Verge references the new Android build in a page that will soon go live on the Android developer website. Google’s I/O keynote is scheduled to begin at 12:00 p.m. EDT, and BGR will be bringing you all the news as it breaks. A screenshot of the Google search result mentioning Android 4.3 follows below.
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UPDATE: Android 4.3 is coming at some point, but the Google I/O 2013 keynote came and went with no mention of the update.
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