Here are some early aspirations on the next generation Android Operating System. According to some supply chain sources, Google is integrating Chrome OS for dual-boot tablets and netbooks. As the expectations on adopting Android 4.0 has short fallen, the search giant is ready to launch Android 5.0 Jelly Bean in Q2, 2012. Also, Microsoft is ready to launch Windows 8 in the third quarter 2012. However, there is no such official comment made by Google on the performance of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Based on DigiTimes report, Google is pushing Android 5.0 and Windows 8 hybrids to its manufacturing partners to offer the best of both platforms. So the OEMs might consider the option of offering both the platforms on notebooks, netbooks and tablets.
Google will integrate its Chrome system functions to push dual-OS designs. The devices will be loaded with both the platforms Android 5.0 and Windows 8 and given a choice, users can simply switch between the platforms. Also, the device will significantly be prepared to get an hot-swap option rather than rebooting the device each time.