The Google I/O event will start on 15th of May, and will be held through 17th of May. As all the eyes will remain set on this event, every Android fan, follower and developer is eagerly waiting for the event where they will get to see some really cool technology that will define what kind of devices and operating systems we will be using for the rest of the year.
We are all excited about the event and have already made a list of things that we want to see at the Google I/O event this year. The list is not too big, but definitely has a lot of quality items that we believe will redefine the mobile market and will have huge impact on a majority of consumers and developers all around the world. So if you want to know what stuff we are expecting to see at the event, here is our list:
1. Google X Phone
The Google X Phone or the Motorola X Phone is expected to the next-gen smartphone and also the first true product that Google and Motorola have worked on together. We expect this smartphone to be powerful but also unique with features that other competitors will not be able to match.
2. Android 4.3 or Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, whatever be the version Google has planned for us, we want to see it! It is high time that Google brings a major update to its Android operating system and the best way to do so would be to unveil the major update at the event.
3. Second generation of the Nexus 7
The Google Nexus 7 is one of the best tablets available in the market today. Google has to take it to the next level by bringing out the second generation of the Google Nexus 7 at Google I/O which will be better than the original version in many ways.
Other Updates expected at Google I/O
We know that Google must be busy working on next-gen smartphones and operating systems. Even then, we expect the company to come up with major updates for other services offered by the company. We have already seen Google update the Play Store, now it’s time to bring new updates for Google Now and Google Chrome.
So these are the top 4 entries in our list. There is a lot of other stuff that we want to see at Google I/O, but the above four are the most important. Feel free to add to the list, if there is something interesting that we have missed, then let us know.