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Google’s I/O keynote is a trailer of what to expect from this year’s event

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Google will be holding its annual I/O keynote that mainly focuses on developers working with the Android ecosystem, this event is also special as at times we get to see some hardware and other exciting announcements with respect to the future products of Google.

What to expect from the event?

Google has published a schedule of its keynote, this schedule gives us a clear-cut idea of what we can expect from this event. The event will be flagged off with the CEO, Sundar Pichai giving us a rundown of the direction that the tech giant is headed towards.

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Google is now placing an emphasis on green projects and the protection of the privacy of all users. Many believe that the Pixel Watch and the budget Pixel 6a smartphone will be revealed at this event.


The program hints toward certain AI-related announcements that are due. Some new Google Assistant features are also expected along with new smart speakers for homes.

Leaving the hardware part aside, the highlight of the event is more likely to be more centered on Android 13 OS and the next-generation Wear OS. Some developers are also talking about Chrome OS, AR, and AI developments.

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