The Google I/O 2019 conference is set to begin tomorrow in Mountain View, California where the search giant is expected to unveil a host of new smartphones. While Brands like Samsung and Huawei has already announced their Flagships, Google has maintained a lot of secrecy about its new Pixel Series.
And of course, it's a chance to hear directly from Google executives, including CEO Sundar Pichai, about their priorities and vision for the year ahead. More than that, the name Purple-ish matches the rumours which suggested that the phone will come with a purple color scheme. While the past announcements included Google Assistant, Google Lens, Google Duplex, Android Pie, Google Home, Google Glass, etc. The Nest Hub Max features a 10-inch screen and stereo speakers. He contributes to the site with tech news, but you will also see some updates on scientific breakthroughs regarding the biophysical environment or wildlife welfare. So, we are here to make some predictions on what to expect from it. But even if Google decides to keep the same numerical value and literally just swaps the $ for a £ sign, it'll still be a substantial saving over the Pixel 3 and 3 XL for the same camera features. Nest Hub Max is likely to run on the same software as the previous one. It's possible that I/O will see another demo of Stadia with more specific information on the consumer launch. No leaks about the features coming to Assistant have surfaced online, but we can expect Google to just further its focus on contextual responses and feedback in response to the user.More news: Amber Alert for 5-year-old girl, allegedly abducted by 3 men
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One thing we hope Google will discuss at the event is Stadia, its upcoming cloud gaming platform. What exactly that will entail is not clear, but Google traditionally makes an announcement about a new, upgraded version of Assistant at I/O. The smaller mode, Pixel 3a, will also be made available alongside the Pixel 3a XL. And when Newman asked whether Google would be among them, he didn't get a no.
I/O generally brings a few cool features for some of Google's popular apps and services, so we're going to be on the lookout for updates to Maps, News, Photos, and whatever else Google has hiding up its sleeve. Expectedly, though not mentioned on the leaked sheet, the Pixel 3a will boot Google'sAndroid 9 out of the box, while it will get a 64GB storage space.