Google I/O 2020 Developer Conference Dates Confirmed

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Google will again hold an annual conference for Google I/O developers on May 12-14 at Google’s headquarters in California, USA.

This was confirmed by Google CEO Sundar Pichai, through his personal Twitter account.

Quoting GSM Arena, Google I/O last year introduced the first ‘pocket-friendly’ Pixel 3a duo, along with devices with Google Assistant, Nest Hub Max, as well as many new features for Android software, including beta versions for Android 10.

Google is expected to unveil a series of similar announcements at this year’s event, confirm Pixel 4a news and introduce a beta version for Android 11.

Pixel 4a reportedly has a 5.81-inch screen with a square-shaped camera in the top left corner, similar to Google Pixel 4, and headphone jack 4 at the top.

Meanwhile, Android 11 will reportedly allow Android devices to record video files larger than 4GB, as more and more devices are capable of recording 4K videos, even devices capable of recording 8K will appear on the market in the near future.

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