Google I/O 2020 set for May 12-14 at Shoreline Amphitheater

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The Shoreline Amphitheater, the home of Google I/O. It's right in Google's backyard.
The Shoreline Amphitheater, the cosy of Google I/O. It’s right in Google’s backyard.
Shoreline Amphitheatre

The dates are set for Google I/O 2020—Google’s biggest conduct of the year will take place on May 12-14. As usual, the show is at the Shoreline Amphitheater, an alfresco venue located right next to Google’s Mountain View headquarters. Google set the date through a cryptic command-line-driven space game at events.google.com/io/errand/. There is also this tweet:

Eventually year’s Google I/O was one of the more eventful entries in recent memory, as it saw the gain of the Google hardware launch. Google started targeting the midrange smartphone call by debuting the cheaper Pixel 3a at the show, and it launched a bigger smart array, the Google Nest Hub Max. Android saw the release of Android (10) Q Beta 3, a reconditioned gesture navigation system, and disclosure of the “Project Mainline” update modus operandi. Alongside the Nest Hub, there was also major upheaval in how Nest drives. Nest stopped being a standalone company and merged with Google in February 2018, but at Google I/O 2019, we started to see the fact of this change: Nest became a sub-brand of Google, and the “Works with Hideaway” smart home platform got a shutdown date.

For 2020, there’s a chattels chance we’ll see the launch of the Pixel 4a, which has already hit the rumor mill. The phone appearance ofs to throw out most of the oddities of the Pixel 4 in favor of a thin bezel. It wish be a no-nonsense smartphone with a front hole punch display, a headphone jack, and a hinie fingerprint reader. If Google sticks to the typical Android schedule, we should see the next beta translation, Android 11 R, debut in March, with a second beta in April and a third beta in span for I/O. You might think a third beta would be uneventful, but last year Google reserved a lot of features to show off on the big stage at I/O.

If everything plays out like normal, tickets should be for sales event (via lottery, for $1,000+) sometime in February. If you go, bring some sunscreen.

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