Google has sent out invites for its next big Android event which is scheduled to be held on the 29th of this month in New York. There were no details regarding the event so as to what would be taking place in the event.

The invitation shows the Android search bar with the tagline “The playground is open,” set against a cartoon New York skyline.

Google may unveil the next version of it Android OS, which is codenamed as Key Lime Pie, along with its latest Nexus 4 smartphone.

The Key Lime Pie or Android 4.2 will be the upgrade to Android Jelly Bean and will definitely come with breathtaking features. There is no firm confirmation regarding the same.

Google always launches a new Nexus device with a fresh Android version out of the box. So, we can expect a new firmware in the new Nexus devices. But Google has just released the 4.1 Android Jelly Bean on Nexus 7, so there are doubts regarding the release of a newer version of the Android OS.

The LG Nexus 4 smartphone, bearing code name LG E960 Mako, is expected to be the upcoming Nexus device. It is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 (APQ8064) processor with 2 GB of RAM, and Adreno 320 graphics. The LG Nexus 4 reportedly has a 4.7-inch IPS+ in-cell display with 1280×768 pixels resolution. It also might have a 13 MP Camera on its back and a 1.3 MP Camera up the front. The Device will have 16 GB of onboard storage and also a microSD Card Slot for further memory expansions.

Also, Google may come up with a 10-inch Nexus Tablet. There is no firm confirmation regarding the same as well.

Google’s event will be held at the Basketball City venue in New York, and will kick off at 10 a.m. Eastern, 7 a.m. Pacific.

It is just less than a week after Apple’s Oct. 23 event, Oct. 29 marks the same day that Microsoft will hold its own press briefing event in the U.S., San Francisco. That’s where Microsoft will formally launch its own Windows Phone 8 platform, which would compete with both Apple’s iPhone and devices running Google Android.

Let us wait and watch how does it turn out to be for Google.

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