Here is What to Expect From Google I/O: Pixel 3a/ XL, Android Q, Next Hub Max and More…

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Google I/O 2019 is not far and just like its previous years, we will see the latest features in Google Assistant, Android, Google Maps, AR Stickers, YouTube and much more. Google will bring some hardware product to I/O this time such as new Pixel devices, Next Hub Max.

Pixel 3a/ XL

Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL have been leaked several times and nothing has been hidden from us (not even pricing). Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL are basically the light versions of Pixel 3. The idea is to bring the same camera features at a budget price with mid-range chipset and not so important features like Wireless charging and IP certification.

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Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL will reportedly pack Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 chipset paired with 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. The Pixel 3a will cost about $399 (Rs. 27,600 Approx) and its bigger sibling Pixel 3a XL will cost about $479 (Rs. 33,100 Approx).

The detailed specifications have been leaked already: Checkout from here.

Next Hub Max

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  • 10.1-inch LCD display
  • 1280×800 at 150ppi resolution
  • Amlogic T931 SoC
  • 2GB of RAM
  • 12MP Sony IMX277 “Nest” camera
  • Stereo speakers

Android Q

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Google announced Android Q earlier this month and the second beta is already released to the users which brings a lot of privacy-related features, system-wide dark mode, Theming option and many more.

Google is expected to bring some key changes to the Android Q just like the last year. The new beta will be announced at the event and later it will be rolled out the users.

Android Q will officially support the Foldable smartphone to improve its app continuity and the major bugs that many users noticed with the software of the Galaxy Fold.

Google Assistant

Google keeps improving its Assistant every year and the company will release some new features for the Google Assistant. Last year Google added few new voices including John Legend which released for users just a few weeks before. Also, The Google Duplex was introduced at the I/O which rolled out later last year with Pixel 3.

Google Apps: YouTube, Maps, Photos

Google is adopting the new material design for all of its application and we may see the changes with the following apps. Google released some of its application with the dark mode feature like Calls, Contacts, Messages, YouTube so dark mode is likely coming to the Photos app.

FusciaOS

We all know that Google is secretly working on a new closed source OS based on the new Linux Kernel but we don’t know when that will be announced. So who knows? Google may announce it at the stage on Google I/O 2019.

Well, That’s all we know as of now. Make sure to stay tuned with us for the future updates and follow all of our social media so you don’t miss out any announcement from Google I/O.

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