This season is great for major tech reveals as numerous conferences take place during this period. We already had the Facebook F8 keynote and now we are expecting the annual Google I/O developer conference which will take place on Tuesday.
The conference will take place at the Shoreline Amphitheater which is located in Mountain View California. However, if you can’t be there, that’s no reason to worry. The Google I/O developer conference can be watched live on the YouTube channel of Google Developers. It will air on Tuesday at 10 A.M. PT/1 P.M. ET.
What should we expect?
One thing that we’re certain about is the fact that Google will have some announcements related to Pixel. According to several report, the new Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL smartphones will be unveiled at the Google I/O developer conference which will take place this year.
We also expect a couple of new details related to Android W. The update should come out soon since the first Android Q beta was already launched back in March. Now it would be the ideal moment to discuss about the final version of it.
Of course, we also expect Google to talk about Google Stadia. This is Google’s gaming platform and it has been announced recently. The announcement was made back in March, but not many details are available. This conference could be the perfect setting for new reveals.
He Nest Hub Max was also released by Google back in March. The device might make an appearance at the I/O as well. We also expect Google to discuss about the Google Duplex AI phone call service, which is still experiencing restrictions. Finally, Google might talk about the upgrades that are planned for Gmail. There were some in the past months and more are about to come.
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