Fans of Android and Google were eagerly waiting for Google’s I/O conference to be held next month, expecting the release of Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. But they are going to be in for some disappointment as some key sources have confirmed that the new Android OS will not be launched during this event.

It has been quite some time since Google came up with an update to its Android Jelly Bean, but the wait seems to have gotten just a little longer. Apparently, the delay is being caused by Google’s decision to allow its OEMs to update their existing range of phones to Android 4.2.2.

That also means that we won’t get to see the Motorola X or the Nexus 5 anytime soon either. But instead, we might get a refreshed version of the Nexus 4 with 16 GB and 32 GB of internal storage. We’re expecting the 16 GB model to be priced at $299, while the 32 GB could cost $349. But would this satiate the Google fans for a bit longer?