How to Watch Google I/O 2019 Livestream - Full Schedules and Start Times

How to Watch Google I/O 2019 Livestream - Full Schedules and Start Times

The first of those will be unveiled next week at Google I/O 2019.

The I/O 2019 event is scheduled for Tuesday, May 7. In fact, experts have already pegged that to happen on May 7 itself which is when Google's annual I/O 2019 event gets underway.

The keynote will start at 10 AM PT.

This unique colour naming convention (and the paleness) definitely fits the range when you consider the "Not Pink" offering for the Pixel 3. It also didn't include the phones' screen resolutions, but if a previous leak from Google turns out to be the real deal, the Pixel 3a will have a 2,220 x 1,080 display, while the Pixel 3a XL will have 2,160 x 1,080. As stated, the leak might be uncertain, however, the image leaked had shed some more official specifications of the upcoming Pixel phone.

Well, it happened. Any smidgen of mystery that once surrounded Google's upcoming Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL has now vanished. But hey, the headphone jack is back, and when isn't that good news?

Google is basically going to slap a massive 10.1-inch screen on its powerful Home Max smart speaker, giving users the ability to visualize the replies to their commands, make Duo video calls and more. Hopefully, the third beta will bring us more exciting and improved features.

Alongside the new hardware and software, the tech giant will host sessions on Stadia, Material Design, Machine Learning, Chrome, Google Maps, Assistant, Android TV and more.

A month ago, Google goofed up by accidentally leaking a larger and new Nest product. While this is a price of the 6GB RAM model, Google is also expected to sell a 4GB RAM version with 32GB storage and we can expect the phone to sell for a cheaper price. Nest Hub Max is likely to run on the same software as the previous one. All devices are getting the May 5 security patch level. Google is also posted some of the details about this phone.

The company actually released an Android Q beta version to testers and developers in March.

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. Yes, I am talking about Google's ambitious project 'Duplex'. We don't know yet how much Google might charge for its alternative.

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