We are filing this story in 'rumor' section as there are no confirmed reports yet. The Verge is reporting that Google has reportedly planned to codename the successor of Jelly Beans (Android 5.0) as Key Lime Pie. The Verge claims that there can be some credibility about the code-name as they attribute the information to the same source that tipped them about Jelly Beans. The release date of Key Lime Pie is not known, obviously.
Android 5.0 is expected to be released by June this year and looking at Android's release cycle we can expect Key Lime Pie to be announced around November this year or early 2013. Cnet reports that this version will be optimized for tablet. I don't understand that as post 3.0 Androids are being developed as one OS fits all size.
What is your guess about the new features of Android Key Lime Pie? One desirable feature could be the possibility of running Android Key Lime Pie on traditional desktops and notebooks. This is wild guess at the moment. So, let's hear it from you.