Google might have just dropped a big hint that Android 5.0 will be the version of its operating system, which we expect to see rear its head at Google I/O later this month - not 4.5.
The teaser came in the form of a tweet from Google regarding a new World Cup feature, which shows the system clock as 5:00. That sounds like we might be reading too far into things, but since Android 2.3 Google has used the clock as an indicator of whats its next OS will be.
And if you go check out the devices on the Google Play Store you'll see they all read 4:40 as the current time.
A leak from earlier this year indicated that Google is plotting to bring Android, Chrome and Search all closer together in 5.0.
As for the name, the new Android is currently going under the sweet moniker of Lollipop, but who knows which delicious treat will get its moment of fame?