Google I/O 2022: Here’s What We Know So Far
We now know exactly when and where Google I/O 2022 will be taking place. May 11 and 12 have been announced as dates for the annual developer conference. This year’s event will again be held largely online, although there will be a small live audience present for the main event.
Android 13 is expected to be unveiled during Google I/O, which is generally where we hear about the newest version of Android. Android 13 will be on full show at I/O with a thorough overview of the new features, even though the first beta has been released.
Google I/O 2022: The Pixel 6a, Pixel Watch, and Android 13
If the rumoured Google Pixel 6a is real, we’ll know more when we get a better look. Although the release date of this year’s phone has yet to be determined, the business often introduces low-cost alternatives to its flagships (such as the Google Pixel 6 and the Google Pixel 6 Pro).
We may not see a new smartphone until later in the year, if last year’s I/O is any indicator. However, Google may want to bump up the A Series launch to earlier in the year. At I/O this year, Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai teased that we could hear something Pixel-related. ( However, the FCC just approved the Pixel 6a, hinting that the device might be on its way. If this is the case, Google I/O will be on schedule.
Wear OS, which last year promised a complete overhaul for the finest Android smartwatches, is also expected to make some news. Although the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 is the only smartwatch currently on the market with the newest Wear OS version, devices from Fossil are expected to get an update in the near future. Google I/O 2022 could be the time to learn more about complete availability. What do we know? With all the recent reports about the Pixel Watch, it’s possible that we’ll see a teaser for it.
Introducing Chrome OS at Google I/O 2022
Chrome OS is also likely to get some significant changes in the near future. Students and others who rely on Google services will benefit from new software enhancements coming to Chromebooks. At the very least, there should be some new Chrome OS-enhancing features in Android 13. However, only time will tell.
A Look Ahead to Google I/O 2022:
The date of the event, May 11, is rapidly approaching, so be prepared for a flurry of reports and leaks in the days preceding up to it. Anyone may watch Google I/O online for free. Simply fill out this form to get started.
Tom’s Guide will have the most up-to-date information on Google I/O as it becomes available. On the big day, we’ll provide you with all the information you need as soon as it’s made public by Google.