Google I/O is almost here and every other Android Geek is mostly excited about the Nexus 2016 phones, Android N announcement and much more. But, it seems this year Google will announce some different devices from them like the Modular Phone, Google VR Headset maybe! So, Excitement can’t be more isnt it? 😀
GOOGLE I/O 2016 BRINGINGS-
Google may also unveil a modular smartphone this year. According to reports, the tech giant is developing an environmental friendly and cost-effective smartphone with a customizable design. Made up of various small blocks containing the different components (processor, memory, camera, speaker and 3G chip).
Google is expected to launch two Nexus Smartphones instead of one, both of which are rumoured to be manufactured by HTC. Secondly, Google is likely to dive into virtual reality (VR) on similar lines of the Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and Samsung. The California-based tech giant is also expected to share updates on its self-driving car project at the conference. Tango is another project in the works at the Google ATAP group which could make an appearance at the Mountain View conference, showing off advanced 3D mapping technology that adapts to the user’s surrounding environment.
WHAT IS GOOGLE I/O?
Those who are new to it, Google I/O is an annual software developer-focused conference held by Google in Mountain View, California. The conference is scheduled to take place from May 18-20 this year. Which is why you will see a new Android Version around this corner of the year everytime! 🙂
It features highly technical, in-depth sessions focused on building web, mobile, and enterprise applications with Google and open web technologies such as Android, Chrome, Chrome OS, Google APIs, Google Web Toolkit, App Engine, and more.
I/O 2016 definetely is bringing some awesome gadgets which we can just wonder about right now. We at Tekh Decoded are super excited about it and why not? This is the only event we look out for the most after MWC because of its unique announcements specially regarding its Android OS! 😀