Google has unveiled its latest version of Android, an iterative update to Jelly Bean known as Android 4.3 - and phone manufacturers are eying it with interest.
We already know the new Nexus 7 will be the first device to actually ship with Android 4.3, while the Neuxs 4, old Nexus 7 (2012), Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 10 can all get the upgrade via an over the air update, with the Google Edition Samsung Galaxy S4 and Google Edition HTC One next in line.
Unfortunately, HTC couldn't tell us if or when Android 4.3 would come to the HTC range, nor which handsets would be in line for the update, despite Google itself confirming that the Google Edition HTC One would be getting the update "soon".
But HTC's senior global online communications manager Jeff Gordon told us, "We're reviewing Android 4.3 to see how this update fits into our plans."
The company hopes to have more info for us soon - and we hope that info will be, "Yeah, sure, we'll be bringing Android 4.3 to the whole line-up... tomorrow!"
Samsung is sadly being more direct on a timescale, and it's not good news. It told TechRadar: "Samsung UK will confirm upgrade plans to Android 4.3 to selected Galaxy devices in the coming months".
This means that it could be 2014 until we start seeing Samsung Galaxy S4 Android 4.3 updates...we just can't wait for the reams of stories about the rumours of this update coming.
Sony has been far more clear with its early Android 4.3 plans releasing the following statement: "Yesterday you probably saw Google announce the next version of Jelly Bean (Android 4.3).
This isn't a complete list of devices which may be treated to the latest version of Jelly Bean however, with Sony also revealing that it was planning on "uplifting some of our other devices running 4.1 direct to 4.3" - so watch this space.
Update: LG is not giving too much away at the moment, with a spokesperson telling TechRadar: "LG is keen to ensure that its handsets run on the latest software, but at this time cannot confirm which handsets will support Android 4.3."
We're chasing all the other manufacturers to find out what their plans are for the latest version of Jelly Bean and we'll update this article once we find out.