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Google I/O 2020 event dates revealed, kicking off on May 12th

24 January 2020 0

Google I/O developer conference for this year will happen from May 12 to May 14. It will be held in Mountain View, California right next to the Googleplex. This is now the fifth year that Google is hosting its developer conference at the Shoreline Amphitheater.

This is the most-awaited event for every Google follower and developer as Google announces some big things and its plans that reflect what the company has in store for everyone for the remaining year.

The event dates got revealed when the puzzle threw by Google solved. Unlike the past Google I/O puzzles, this year’s riddle had a kind of technical game included. On the dedicated page, Google called it a collaborative effort and urge that only by working collectively we can reveal the "special message" for the galaxy to see.

It is unknown what new products and services will be announced at the Google I/O 2020 event but taking the last year’s announcements as a reference, it can be assumed that we would hear about things around the upcoming Android version, updates to Google Assistant. Last year, Google announced the Pixel 3a series at the event, so we can fairly assume that Pixel 4a could make its appearance at this year’s Google I/O.

Note that Pixel 4 running the Android R, the next version of Google’s operating system was spotted on a benchmark site. So, we believe that is one of the first signs of learning more about the version and we look forward to knowing more about the same in the coming weeks.

We also expect to hear announcements around the home automation and products around the same. Google may unveil new Nest Hub Max and Nest hardware among others.



Google I/O 2020 event dates revealed, kicking off on May 12th
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