The search giant will begin it’s annual Google I/O developer conference on May 7, 2019. We at Hiptoro have created a guide containing every bit of information you need.
What is Google I/O 2019?
Google I/O is an annual developer conference. The organizer, Google unveils new software, new hardware and various updates for the current apps and services.
The event will take place in the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountainview, California. Google uses a lottery system to select attendees. The winners of the lottery would have to pay for the tickets. The cost $1,150 (general admission), $750 (community), and $375 (academic). However, the lottery winner is already announced. Google also streams Google I/O for those who do not win the tickets.
There is no official word on what Google is going to announce but we expect to get more detailed information about some of the major projects.
Google I/O 2019 and Android Q
One of the major announcement is going to be of the next Android OS.
We have got info about the upcoming Android OS in the first and second developer preview. However, we might get a detailed look at the plans of Google for Android Q.
Google recently announced its upcoming cloud gaming service called Google Stadia at GDC. While we know very little, we hope to see some major revelation related to this service.
Google I/O is a developer-focused event. However, changes might be in order. Recently CEO of Google Sundar Pichai confirmed the rumors of a budget oriented device from the tech giant.
Rumors suggest that this device called Pixel 3A, or Pixel Lite bearing a price tag of $500.
If you have not been lucky with the lottery then don’t worry Google will also stream the Google I/O 2019 on its website.