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Recap Of Google I/O 2022: Pixel Watch, Pixel 6a, Pixel Buds Pro, And Other Major Announcements
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Two days of the conference were live broadcast from Shoreline Amphitheatre in California. It began at 10 a.m. PDT and went on for two hours

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The keynote address at Google I/O 2022 has concluded. There were advancements in AI, Os, and new Pixel hardware during the two-hour event, which was recorded before a select crowd of engineers and live-streamed internationally. This article covers an overview of the most significant releases provided.

What is Google I/O?

The Google I/O conference, which in previous years was a large media event attended by large numbers of correspondents and developers, is now a webcast event that anybody can watch for free. When Google CEO Larry Page and other prominent executives from the Mountain View, California-based corporation take the stage to announce major software and platform changes throughout the company’s line of products, the opening presentation on Day One generally draws the most attention.

When was Google I/O 2022?

Tuesday 11 May to Wednesday 12 May

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Two days of the conference were live broadcast from Shoreline Amphitheatre in California. It began at 10 a.m. PDT and went on for two hours.

How to watch Google I/O 2022 online

Maybe you missed the keynote. On YouTube (below) or at Google’s I/O website https://io.google/2022/, you can still view the full event. There are a couple of breakout sessions we suggest that you attend while you’re there.

Here are the topics discussed in the keynote address.

Android 13

Recap Of Google I/O 2022
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During the Google I/O 2022 keynote, Android 13 was given all its limelight. As of this writing, there is a second developer preview available. The software may be installed on the latest Pixel devices.

New features have been added to Android 13 even though we already know about many of them. Among the new features is a new “Photos & videos” and “Music & Audio” category for applications to choose from when accessing personal material. With the new picture picker, you’ll be able to decide which specific photographs on your Android 13 device that applications may access. Clipboard history is deleted after a short amount of time in the new operating system for enhanced privacy. Improved multitasking capabilities for tablets and other devices with bigger displays are also anticipated for Android 13.

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Google Pixel 6a 

Google has launched the Pixel 6a, a lower-cost variant of its flagship Pixel 6 smartphone. You’ll get 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 4,306mAh battery with this phone. It will be powered by the same Google Tensor processor as the Pixel 6 smartphones. On July 21, pre-orders will begin, and the product will be on sale on July 28. It will cost $449.

Google Pixel Buds Pro

Recap Of Google I/O 2022

Also, at Google I/O, the Pixel Buds Pro was unveiled as an upcoming new hardware product. A special audio chip will enable Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), as well as Silent Seal, to ensure that the audio delivers the finest possible sound to your ears. Among other advantages, you’ll be able to hear the outside world while still using your Pixel Buds Pro. It will be available for $199 on July 21st.

Google Pixel 7

Recap Of Google I/O 2022

Quite a shocker, Google unveiled the rear of the new Pixel phones, which are the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. The Pixel 7 will feature two rear-facing camera sensors, while the Pixel 7 Pro will have three. Raised aluminum bezels will be used for the camera housings on both smartphones. A new Tensor processor and Android 13 have also been announced by Google for both devices. A lot more information about these phones will be available in the months leading up to their scheduled release this fall.

Google Pixel Watch 

Recap Of Google I/O 2022

The Google Pixel Watch, which had been speculated about and even physically leaked, was formally unveiled at Google I/O. It’s expected that further information about the Google Pixel Watch will be released in the coming months.

New Google Tablet

Recap Of Google I/O 2022

Following Google’s announcement that it will no longer be producing tablets in 2019, the company is returning to the tablet industry. The company has yet to reveal the official name or specifications of this new Android tablet gadget, other than to indicate it would feature the Tensor Chipset like its Pixel phones. It’s scheduled to be released in 2023.

Some further changes to the Google platform

  • Google has added 24 more languages to its Google Translate service.
  • Google Maps is launching a new feature later this year called “immersive view.” The ability to pan about in 3D and even enter buildings like restaurants will be available in many cities.
  • For mobile devices, YouTube is offering auto-generated chapters and auto-translated subtitles in 16 languages.
  • By using machine learning, Google Docs will provide automatic summaries to papers, with the functionality being applied to Chats later.
  • Better video imagery will be added to Google Meets, thanks to AI machine learning this time.
  • Multisearch Near Me, a new feature coming to Google Search, will allow users to look for items using both photographs and words, and it will show them where they are now located.
  • An app called Scene Exploration will enable people to photograph locations and then pinpoint particular items in those shots, such as merchandise at a grocery store.
  • Google has released an open-sourced version of their picture skin tone guide, making it easier for more people to be represented.
  • Google Nest Hub Max smart screens will soon be able to use the Look and Talk feature. Instead of needing to say “Hey Google,” users would be able to make voice commands or requests using Google Translate.
  • You may now choose how you want to see ads on Google Search, YouTube, and Ads using Google’s My Settings tool.
  • Personal information, such as email addresses, home addresses, and phone numbers can now be removed from search results.
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