Google I/O conference is back
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The most awaited Google I/O developer conference is making a comeback after being canceled for a year due to the Covid 19 pandemic. Google I/O is a developer conference, and Google’s one of the grand events that unfolds the upcoming services and products for the consumers worldwide. The conference is set to be embarked sharp on May 18th, at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT.

Google, on its I/O conference website, shared, “Tune in to find out about how we’re furthering our mission to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” At the same time, some of the upcoming nuances can be figured out to be some of the updates, including the onset of Android 12.

Some of the developer previews had previously been released by Google about the launch of Android 12, of getting some big and small enhancements and developer-focused features. In addition, Google probably will disclose upcoming Android 12’s features that may include some noteworthy UI changes that are still under process. The features include a pile of widgets and a new lock screen with larger clock text.

The I/O conference for developers may showcase some usual important updates related to its services and software. Google I/O conference has previously been witnessed to announce new updates and services such as Google Maps’ incognito mode, new Assistant voices, and the Google Duplex demo, where Google assistant helped you book a hair salon appointment. Similar features maybe some of the topics of this conference.

Another possible announcement by Google in the conference may include its Pixel Buds true wireless headphones, debuting the conference itself. Also, in April, Google Pixel 5A was announced, which likely does not seem to see the light yet.

Custom Processor for Pixel devices can be another memorandum likely to pass in the conference. The development of a custom-designed system on a chip (SoC) is rumored to be under process, which may support upcoming Pixel devices.