Deadlines have been set for this year’s Google IO developer conference – a tweet from Google CEO Sundar Pichai confirmed that the annual event will take place between May 12 and May 14 this year. Google employees were going to release the dates.
This event is meant to understand how to better benefit from Google’s tools, but it’s the first keynote speech that non-developers should pay attention to. Meanwhile, traditionally Google explains much more about the next version of Android and other exciting software it’s working on, and possibly hardware innovations.
At the top of the list for 2020 will probably be Android 11. Google is often discussing new feature and design changes that the upgrade will bring to devices, and has previously announced the release of the beta version of the software.
Recently, this beta version has become available not only to Google’s own Pixel and Nexus models, but by more people with a wide variety of Android smartphones. However, the public release won’t be much later in 2020.
Google I/O starts on May 12, 2020 and will take place at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in California Mountain Mountain, which has been the venue for the last few years.