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Reasons why the code name of Android OS is a dessert


The code name of the operating system (OS), Android always use desserts and has become his trademark. Why?

The names of the first Android operating system since its launch from the Cupcake (Android 1.5), Donut (Android 1.6), Eclair (Android 2.1), Froy (Android 2.2), gingerbread (Android 2.3), and special tablets OS, honeycomb (Android 3.0.)

New operating system will soon be the next version is Ice Cream (Android 2.4). Which is why Google uses the name of the dessert? Internet giant refused to explain.

Google spokesman said Randall Saraf to give the names were the result of internal decisions and Google choose to perform a little magic in this.

"When the new Android platform was released, carried the names of the desserts. Most of the alphabetical order," he said.

Another peculiarity Android operating system to use the name of the dessert, the names have the initials in alphabetical order, ie, Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froy, gingerbread, honeycomb, and ice cream.

In general, Google will make a statue that became an icon for each new operating system. However, quoted by CNN, consumers only know the version of the Android operating system from the letter C, which is the cupcake.

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