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Google confirms I/O will start May 11 from Shoreline Amphitheater


This year’s Google I/O event will be streamed live from the Shoreline Amphitheater. More than likely, portions of the event will be webcast live from the venue.

Google I/O 2022 may come with Google Pixel 6a, Android 13 and more

“This year’s event will be televised in front of a restricted live audience, and is fully free and available to everyone digitally,” says a statement to The Verge. As Google said to Axios’ Ina Fried, “mainly Googlers as well as select partners” are the only ones who may attend this event.

A countdown to Google’s annual I/O puzzle is also up on the I/O site, which may be linked to the problem itself.


We anticipate I/O to concentrate mostly on Android 13 since Google has already published the first Android 13 Developer Preview. Also, Google I/O is where the company usually announces new features and updates for Google products like Search, Maps, and Assistant.

We’ll have to wait and see whether the rumoured Google Pixel 6a is indeed announced. Even though Google has released the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro this year, the release date for this year’s phone is still up in the air. A new smartphone isn’t on the horizon for the time being, according to Google’s I/O presentation from last year. However, the A Series launch might be moved forward to a later date this year.

Wear OS, which last year promised a complete overhaul for the finest Android smartwatches, is also expected to make some news. Although the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 is the only smartwatch currently on the market with the newest Wear OS version, Fossil devices are expected to get an update in the future. Full availability might be announced during Google I/O 2022. What do we know? If we’re lucky, we’ll get a glimpse of the Pixel Watch.


Chrome OS is also likely to get some significant changes in the near future. New software improvements for Chromebooks might make some of the finest computers for schools or others who use Google services even better. There should at the very least be some new features in Android 13 that improve the Chrome OS experience. However, we’ll have to wait and see..

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