Android 4.3 will be the next software update from Google powering latest smartphones and tablets. The Android 4.3 will be the successor to latest Android 4.2 OS. It will be a minor update and is expected to be launched during Q3 of 2013. The Google Now widget, Performance profiles, Social media integration, better multiple device support, better keyboard, eye tracking technology, more use of voice control and gestures are the possible features that can be expected from Android 4.3 OS. There is no further information available on Android 4.3. Google was rumored to launch Android 5.0 (Key Lime Pie) at annual I/O event but it never happened. It looks like Android 5.0 is now scheduled for 2014 launch. Stay tuned for more updates or follow @harrym20 on Twitter.
Update : Google officially announces Android 4.3 Jelly Bean at a press event on July 24th. It is the successor to Android 4.2 OS. The new update brings new features and tools for developers, including Bluetooth LE (Low energy) support. It also includes bug fixes and improves performance. The new Android 4.3 update will support OpenGL ES 3.0, a graphics API that will improve graphics on Android tablets. The Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update will be rolled out to Nexus devices very soon.
Update : Android 4.3 Factory images for Nexus devices are now available to download from here. The images support Nexus 4,7,10 and original Galaxy Nexus.