Google announces dates for its biggest event of 2023

Google announces dates for its biggest event of 2023

India is a huge market for Google. Thousands of users use its different products. That’s why Google also tries its best. This time Google’s annual event ie Google I / O will be held in May 2023 and the company has now confirmed the date of its annual event.

Explain that the developer conference organized by Google is usually held in Mountain View, California. The event’s tagline is ‘Innovation in the Open,’ and the acronym ‘I/O’ stands for Input/Output. This event is comparable to Google Developer Day.

Google I/O event

Google I/O was first held in the year 2008 and since then has been held every year except 2020 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. It is expected that this year the company will present many products at this event.

When and where will the event be held?

The company announced the date and location of the conference via a web puzzle as the first teaser of what to expect from the Google I/O 2023 event. As in previous years, the final solution to the puzzle reveals the date and location of the event. The puzzle, when solved, reveals that the Google I/O 2023 event will be held on May 10 at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California.

Many products will be launched

It is expected that Google can launch many products at the conference this year. It is being told that Android 14 is expected to debut at the event. Google has already released the first developer preview of Android 14. The second Android 14 preview should be available shortly after I/O 2023. At the developer event, Google may introduce new features as well as possible design changes coming to Android.

Pixel Fold can also be launched

It is being told that the Pixel Fold device can also be unveiled at this event. Multiple leaks have pointed toward design renders and some specifications of the foldable device. Although the company has not officially confirmed it, the Google Pixel 7a device is also expected to be released.

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