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Google I/O 2017 Update: Google Will Announce Android O, Fuchsia, Google Home, Assistant, Daydream & Much More

May 15, 2017 05:22 PM EDT

Google, the tech giant is about to reveal it's all android and Google related news and updates in their upcoming developer conference, Google I/O 2017. Consecutively, for the second year, Google I/O will take place at the Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, California, US, May 17-19. This year's Google I/O will be a full three-day event with all the important developments and keynote events starting at 10 a.m. PDT (10.30 p.m. IST).

According to Android Headlines, Google has already unveiled the developer preview of Android "O" but the updates and features are still unclear. So, it's expected that in the upcoming Google I/O, Google will release the second preview as well as the official name of Android "O". It's circulated that Google can also roll out the new mysterious OS; "Fuchsia", in the upcoming Google I/O event.

Last year, Google became partners with Hyundai to create apps for Android Auto that will allow users to keep tabs on their vehicles. So, it's possible to get some updates from Android Auto team at Google I/O. Again, Android TV can also bring new feature updates in the Google I/O event. It's reported that Google will announce a new set-top box for Android TV and also can include Google Assistant with it in the form of Beta release.

Reports proclaimed that Google can use the Google I/O to reveal new features coming to the OS or new Chrome books and Chrome OS devices in the pipeline. Also, previously people have seen Google introduced Daydream supported VR Headset, Pixel phones, and other products etc. So, it's hoped that more hardware and software announcements can be seen in the Google I/O 2017 event. Google can also talk about the Android Wear 2.0 or 2.1 updates in the event.

According to Pocket-lint, Google's CEO Sundar Pichai hinted how to use advanced intelligence and machine languages to monetize Google apps. Event's first two sessions' agenda "Bringing the Google Assistant to any device" and "Building apps for the Google Assistant" gives people a clear roadmap to Google's line of thinking. Probably, in the Google I/O event Google will announce new features of Google Home, Google Assistant and Allo to offer Google Assistant's full version. Google Duo may be combined with hangouts as well.

So, in the Google I/O event people will see what's new and updated in Google products. Google can also launch Project Ara modular smartphone along with updates on project Tango Tech and Fi in the three-day developer conference of Google I/O.

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