Ouya Console Will Launch With Android Jelly Bean on Board

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  • 01 Nov 2012
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  • Ouya has just confirmed that its video game console based on Android will run Jelly Bean and not Ice Cream Sandwich, as initially planned. Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman said that they wanted to make sure they’re runningthe most up to date software possible, especially since the customers asked for that.

    Uhrman also claims that the company recently received its first development series Printed Circuit Boards for the upcoming device. Ouya is right now in the engineering testing phase and the engineers are handling the refined design and fine tuning the hardware and software performance, especially when it comes to graphics and connectivity. If everything goes well, the device will be available in December as developer kits, but right now they’re available in pre production phase.

    Each one of these Ouya versions will be a collector’s item with unique design. As far as the console goes, we’re promised a quad core Tegra 3 processor, 8 GB of flash memory, 1 GB of RAM, HDMI, Nvidia ULP GeForce GPU, USB 2.0, WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. There’s also an Ethernet port involved and a wireless controller. The finalized product should hit the market in April 2013.

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