Google's latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update started rolling out to devices like Nexus 10 beginning Wednesday. Following the announcement of the Jelly Bean update, Google also unwrapped the second generation Nexus 7. While Android 4.3 and new Nexus 7 continue to make headlines and garner positive feedback, the tech giant already mentioned plans of releasing Nexus 10 and Key Lime Pie.

Google finally revealed to the world their latest operating system Android 4.3 last Wednesday in San Francisco. The event dubbed as "Breakfast with Sundar Pichai" allowed tech analysts and users all over the world to understand what Google has in store for them.

Those worried about whether the update will take some time before they can use the update will find it great that Google already thought about this. Interested individuals can check out the Settings part of their device. Proceed to About Phone and then select Check for Updates to upgrade their current system.

Just like other QTA rollouts, not all Nexus 10 devices can run on Android 4.3 instantly. Google promised users that they should be able to use the refreshed Jelly Bean version in a couple of weeks. Specifically, Samsung Nexus 10 along with Asus Nexus 7 and the LG Nexus 4 remain currently to be the only devices to receive the QTA Android 4.3 update.

Other tech manufacturers promise to be more watchful about the cycle of Android system's updates.

Apart from the 4.3 update, people will have to wait for another major launch from Google coming this November. According to the company's announcement, they will be releasing the much awaited Android 5.0 "Key Lime Pie" refresh later this year. The new 4.3 provides additional parental controls through new restricted profile and multiple user accounts. It is also faster which should not be a surprise as its mother company is popular for creating and introducing interfaces that are always smoother and faster.

While there are no official announcements about a refreshed version of the 10-inch Nexus, reports indicate that Pichai confirmed in his interview with Amir Efrati from The Wall Street Journal that they are planning on releasing a new version soon. Likewise, there are also reports about Samsung developing an octa-core Nexus 11.