Google has just announced that it will host its next I / O developer conference from 12 May to 14 May. The organization announced the date after players took part in their yearly I / O preview, which this year was a multiplayer online game to rebuild a virtual network of satellites.
When the game was finished the date was pointed out by the constellation of satellites.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in a tweet that I / O 2020 will be at the Shoreline Amphitheatre, which is located near Google’s headquarters in Mountain View and where Google has hosted the event for the last few years.
The launch of the budget-friendly Pixel 3A and 3A XL, which my colleague Dieter Bohn considered to be a good handset with a great camera, was probably the biggest news of I / O 2019. Rumors about a possible Pixel 4A are already circulating, including that it may have a hole-punch display, a 3.5 mm headphone jack and a square sensor lift. Claimed it could hit around the same.
We also saw the Nest Hub Max announcement last year so maybe Google will also launch more Nest hardware at I / O 2020. Google also typically shows upcoming Android updates at I / O, as well as other updates to its software and services.
All attention will be at this week’s Shoreline amphitheater, California, where Google’s I / O conference will kick off on May 7. As every year, it is predicted that Google will reveal what it has been working on for the last year, and what it plans to bring to the market in the future.
Experts believe the company will launch two new more affordable Pixel smartphones. “Traditionally, Google I / O has been a demonstration of Google’s AI prowess. I expect this year’s emphasis on hardware, be it through the new generation of Pixel phones or their smart display or a possible upgrade to Android TV, “says Prabhu Ram, Head of Industry Intelligence Division, and CyberMedia Research.
However, in the same month as the demo, the public beta was released this year. Google is trying to speed things up because it will allow users plenty of time to play with the new features.
Google is also expected to introduce some new features with Android Q beta 3 such as a more detailed storage authorization, full-fledged gesture control, and Samsung’s Dex-like screen mode.