Google I/O 2019 Dates And Venue Announced

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Every year, Google shows their software prowess and their hardware capability with the Google I/O. Last year, it was the human like AI calling project called Google Duplex that took everyone’s attention. Google also announced the release of Android P beta to phone from different manufacturers other than Google, which was a big step.

So because of all this, its no surprise people are eager and excited to know what Google has in store for us this year. And it seems like you don’t have to wait much longer. Google CEO Sundar Pichai has finally announced the dates and the venue for Google I/O 2019.


Talking on Twitter, Pichai shared an image and announced that the annual event will take place from May 7 to May 9 in the Shoreline Amphitheatre. The venue and dates are not surprising though, as Google has always chosen similar dates for the event. The venue too, will be familiar for most regulars as its not the first time Google is hosting the I/O there.

What to expect from Google I/O 2019?

Google I/O has mostly been about the developing technologies at Google and this year will be no different. It is expected that Google will enrol more Smartphone brands in the Android Q beta, to take the next step in eliminating Android fragmentation. New exciting features in Android Q are also expected to be announced. Google may also show new developments to their Assistant, with  things like AI coming more into the picture.

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One thing that Google is expected to do differently is launch new hardware this time around. Recent leaks showed that Google is working on devices like the mysterious Google Coral and the Pixel 3 Lite. If its any indication, there is strong possibility that these devices will launch at this year’s Google I/O.

From all of the leaked stuff  about the Pixel 3 lite and the mystery that is the Google Coral and considering Google’s past year’s records, it seems like Google I/O 2019 will be the one to look forward to.

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