If speculations are anything to go by, Google is not ready to taste the Malayali sweet Neyyappam this time. It seems, the software giant is likely to code-name the next upgrade of their Android operating system as Nutella.
The rumours started doing the round after Google's senior vice president of Android, Chrome OS and Play store, Hiroshi Lockheimer, tweeted a screenshot of his workstation, with one of the windows showing Nutella as the google search word.
This was the first time Google had asked users to come up with a name for their next Android version. Since then, Malayalis across the world have been vigorously campaigning to get it named after one of their favourite desserts.
Nutella, a sweetened hazelnut cocoa spread from Italy, has been a favourite in the contest since the very beginning. If this Ferrero product is selected, it would be the second time Google is choosing a brand name for Android after Kit Kat.