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Google I/O 2023 will be held on May 10, 2023, What to Expect?

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Credit: Google I/O 2023 According to Google CEO Sundar Pichai's tweet, Google's annual developer conference, I/O 2023, will take place on May 10, 2023. The event is being held in person for the first time in four years. The company's biggest and most intriguing projects, such as new Google Search features, Android updates, and even upcoming hardware products, are showcased at Google's annual developer conference. The Shoreline Amphitheatre, which is direct across the street from the tech giant's headquarters in Mountain View, California, will once again host Google I/O in 2023. For the first time in four years, attendees can attend the conference in person this time around. The event will be live-streamed. The Developer Preview 2 for Android 14 Beta is already available, so Google I/O 2023 will be our first opportunity to see it. We are expecting so many updates regarding Android 14, Google Pixel Tablet, Google Bard, and more. Here are some vital projects that we are predicting to discuss-

Google I/O 2023 potential announcents

Bard- Google’s answer to ChatGpt:

Google Bard Image Credit: Googlediscovery In a nutshell, it is an AI-powered chatbot that you will be able to interact with in a more natural way than you can now with Google Search by asking any question that comes to mind. Google unveiled Bard for the first time on February 6; however, the service is currently only accessible to a small number of beta testers. With Google I/O taking place in early May, it is almost certain that we'll see more examples of what Bard can do and learn when more people will be able to use it. Google did confirm that it is expanding Bard to more people over the upcoming weeks and months. Read More: Google’s steady fighter, “Bard,” is ready to combat “Chat GPT.”

The Google Pixel 7a:

Image Credit: The Pixel 7a could be one of the hardware announcements at Google I/O 2023. The 7a should be revealed at the 2023 event, according to rumors from Android Authority that Google may switch to an every-other-year release schedule for its more affordable a-series phones. However, this is not expected to happen until 2024. It makes sense that Google would release the successor on the same schedule as the Pixel 6a, which was announced at I/O 2022. Also Read: Google Bard vs. ChatGPT: Which one is the better AI chatbot?

Google’s foldable Pixel may be the show-turner:

Google Foldable Pixel Image Credit: Techobig Google might also debut its eagerly anticipated folding smartphone at Google I/O 2023. We have already seen mock-up renders and dummy models of the device, which is currently known as the Pixel Fold, along with a ton of leaked specifications.

Android 14 must come up:

Android 14 Image Credit: Androidfinal We are well informed about what the most recent version of Android will have to offer thanks to Google's two developer preview releases of Android 14. Nevertheless, we anticipate Google to spend a lot of time at I/O describing the future of Android and providing a thorough sketch of all the new characteristics and implements. The background-process enhancements and new language options in Android 14 are intended to improve battery life and system responsiveness. The Google I/O 2023 keynote speeches focus will probably be the new operating system. Also Read: Microsoft Bing vs. Google Bard: The AI Race is Beginning

Pixel Tablet from Google:

Google Pixel Tablet Image Credit: Timesnews We anticipate seeing additional Pixel hardware at Google I/O 2023 in addition to the Pixel 7a. The Pixel Tablet is another item that ought to be revealed. Google first hinted at the Pixel Tablet at Google I/O 2022, and it again showed it off at the launch of the Pixel 7 in October of the previous year. It is possible that the tablet will be made available for purchase at Google I/O 2023, but Google may choose to defer that decision until the last of the current year. Regardless, I/O 2023 ought to be where you finally get the chance to learn more about the Pixel Tablet and what it is capable of. The conference appears to last just one day this time around. We expect the new announcements will boost many gadgets lovers’ passion. Stay tuned with us for more updates.

By Monica Green

I am specialised in latest tech and tech discoveries.


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