Google I/O 2022 is just around the corner; here’s what we know thus far.
The dates for Google I/O 2022 have been officially announced. On May 11 and 12, the annual developer conference will take place online for the second year running, however there will be a restricted number of attendees in the main room.
Android 13 is expected to be unveiled during Google I/O, which is generally where we hear about the newest version of Android. I/O is anticipated to include a complete exhibition of Android 13 with an extended overview of the new features, even though the initial developer version has already been released.
As for the speculated Google Pixel 6a, we’ll have to wait and see. The release date of this year’s low-cost Google Pixel phone is still up in the air, but the firm often delivers a low-cost counterpart to its flagships. According to last year’s I/O, we won’t be seeing a new smartphone anytime soon, but Google may be trying to push the A Series debut date earlier in the year.
In addition to Wear OS announcements, we’re hoping to learn more about how the finest smartwatches for Android will be reimagined. However, Fossil devices are expected to get a Wear OS update, even though the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 is the only smartwatch now available. Google I/O 2022 could be the time to learn more about complete availability. Whatever the case may be, who can say? We could get a glimpse of the Pixel Watch in the near future.
Updates to Chrome OS are likely as well. Some of the finest laptops for students and anybody who uses Google services might benefit from new Chromebook OS capabilities. At the very least, there should be some new Chrome OS-enhancing features in Android 13. We’ll have to wait and see how things turn out.
Google I/O will be available to anybody who wants to watch it online for free. There’s nothing more you need to do except sign up here.