Google I/O 2023 is just around the corner, and Google and Android fans around the world will no doubt be curious about what’s on the track for this year’s event. In terms of hardware and software, Google’s annual developer conference seems packed with enough goodies for everyone to enjoy.
Thanks leak includes Google Pixel roadmapWe have a general idea of what to expect at this year’s event. However, there is still plenty of room for surprises along the way. Read on for our roundup of what to look for at this year’s Google I/O and how you can tune in to get a sense of what comes next on the Googleplex’s mind.
Google I/O 2023 date
This year’s Google I/O developer conference is taking place on Wednesday, May 10, 2023. The Google I/O conference is a one-day event that will feature keynote addresses covering new products, technologies, and services.
How to watch at Google I/O 2023
The keynote will be held in Mountain View, California, to a limited audience, but is available to stream live worldwide through both Youtube and the Google I/O site.
The exact dates for the keywords have not yet been revealed, but we will update this page when more information becomes available.
Google I / O 2023 Pixel 7a
The Pixel 7a is one of the most confirmed announcements at this year’s event. Google’s next addition to the Pixel 7 series is expected to launch in the coming months and will no doubt be one of the takeaways from the event.
While every other product on the Google I/O 2023 agenda is rumored to be bleeding information like crazy, the Pixel 7a seems to mostly avoid the brunt of the leaks — at least for now. With Google I/O getting ever closer, don’t be surprised if Pixel 7a devices end up all over Twitter over the next week.
To take our best guess, the Pixel 7a will likely aim to hold its place in between The best budget phones In the market. Do not expect massive changes from its predecessor, Pixel 6a phone. Pixel 7a is rumored To feature a 90Hz display with a resolution of 2400 x 1080, 8GB of RAM, and a new matte finish. Outside of this, visually at least, the Pixel 7a will likely take many of its cues from Pixel 7.
Google I/O 2023 Pixel tablet
Having been previewed at Google I/O last year, and shown off at the 2022 Made By Google event, the stage seems set for Google’s new tablet to enter the Pixel family of products. the Pixel Tablet It is Google’s first project to return to the market after a somewhat lackluster 2018 Google Pixel Slatea device that Google has taken back to the drawing board on how they will approach the tablet market in the future.
Google’s new approach is to take what people seem to love about their Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro smartphones and upgrade it for the modern tablet-loving crowd. Google itself mentions that the tablet will have “all of your favorite Pixel phone features,” and while renders of the device show that the design of the Pixel series 7 phones won’t carry over, similar devices will.
The Pixel Tablet will likely have a 10.95-inch LCD display along with a Tensor G2 SoC from Google. Most of the other details are sketchy, but it generally points to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. What is known for certain is that the Google Pixel Tablet was designed with docking in mind. Google has developed a magnetic charging base that doubles as a Google Nest-like home speaker.
Not only can this be a great way for a tablet to double up as a smart home interface, but also cool google On the horizon, it could make for an interesting interface for the brand-new Google AI Assistant.
Google I/O 2023 Pixel series 8 (Pixel 8 & Pixel 8 Pro)
Google’s next round of mobile flagships isn’t expected until the fall of 2023. However, that doesn’t mean we won’t get a glimpse of both. Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro at this year’s event.
Similar to last year’s actions, Google is likely to give us all a first look at its future range of smartphones after showing off the Pixel 7a. Don’t expect to drop too much information at this point — Google will likely stick to covering the basics.
At most, we are likely to get to know each other Pixel 8’s smaller profile And any changes to the core Pixel design, a quick word on Google’s Tensor G3 SoC, and how both smartphones will run on Android 14.
Google I/O 2023 Pixel Fold
While not much has been officially said regarding the Google Pixel FoldSo, a lot of information has been popping up online with rumors about everything from camera specs to alleged smartphones Price, release date and design.
Google’s long-awaited foldable has its roots in 2019, and since then there’s been a steady stream of potential release dates that haven’t materialized. However, after the recent Google Pixel roadmap leak, all signs point to a 2023 release window — with more and more solid, actionable information surfacing online about the Pixel Fold regularly.
One such leak comes from the developer Kuba Wojciechowskiwhich appeared in July of 2022 revealing a bunch of information related to the Pixel Fold camera specifications. Wojciechowski revealed that Google’s foldable smartphone will include “Standard GN1 for the main sensor, IMX363, IMX386 (Pixel 6’s ultrawide) – listed as ‘FOLDED’ and IMX355 (Pixel 6’s front).
The latest leaks dealt with the basic specifications of the device, as it refers to a 7.69-inch foldable screen, a 5.79-inch display, 12 GB of random access memory (RAM), and two models with a capacity of 256 GB and 512 GB of internal memory. The chipset and operating system that a fold uses depends largely on when it is available.
Currently, the Pixel Fold is expected to launch alongside the Pixel Tablet sometime in May 2023. If this proves accurate, we expect the Pixel Fold to launch with Google’s Tensor G2 SoC and to run Android 13.
Google I / O 2023 Google Cool & AI
The emergence of artificial intelligence in the mainstream with chat Bing may not have surprised Google, but its rapid adoption and people’s interest online certainly caused the California tech giants to step up their own project, Google Bard.
After officially revealing the chat-based search engine at a live event in Paris, Google showed off select Pixel users Access to a trial version A competitor ChatGPT releases in March 2023. By the time Google I/O hits, we could see broader testing of this service with more Android users taking Bard for a spin.
While that doesn’t seem like a long time to work out the many kinks in the software, Bing AI expanded its limited preview within a number of weeks to millions of users to a positive reception – and only as far as we know I tried to break up a happy marriage along the way.
The AI focus won’t all be on the Bard though, as Google has a number of AI-powered tools in the works right now. Expect everything from Create images with the help of artificial intelligence and editing to integration AI for Google Workspace In apps like Google Docs, Sheets, and Gmail.
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