Google conducts two major tech events in May and October. It’s now time to think about the latest event coming up in May, which is none other than Google I/O 2020. The Google’s developer conference Google I/O 2020 will be held from May 12 to May 14 in Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, California.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai took to Twitter and revealed the date for the Google I/O 2020 conference. He tweeted by stating Comos aligned and the company will be back in Mountain Year for the annual tech event. Pichai also adds a teaser puzzle along with the tweet.
— Sundar Pichai (@sundarpichai) January 24, 2020
Google I/O 2020: What To Expect
Like in the case of the previous Google I/O events, the tech-enthusiasts has been anxiously waiting for the company to reveal the premium products. In addition to smartphones and gadgets, we can also expect announcements related to software. The company will most likely launch the next-generation budget-friendly Google Pixel 4A with punch-hole notch display and headphone port. The main attraction of the smartphone will be the addition of a square camera bump.
Google hasn’t released a budget Pixel smartphone. We expect Pixel 4A smartphone to cost below $200 so that the company can compete with the likes of Chinese companies like Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo.
According to rumors, the search-engine giant could release smartphones with Snapdragon 730 and Snapdragon 765 chipsets. Google is also expected to throw in software updated and improvements to the previously launched Google Pixel 3A series.
Google regularly refreshes Android version every year and 2020 is no different. We expect the announcements regarding the upcoming Android R version including the conduct of a survey to gauge the prospective name. Google will also push Android 11.0 beta directly at the event with the initial beta version likely to find limelight in March 2020.
Talking about the devices, Google will release new Nest hardware devices at Google I/O 2020. No doubt, Amazon is widely popular for its smart speakers with Alexa. Google will look to widen the gap with the launch of several display-based Nest devices. We will expose more information regarding the new launches before the Google I/O 2020 tech event.