Mark your calendars, the next Google I/O will be celebrated on May 11 and 12, and everyone is invited. There’s no need to make a reservation, as it will be a virtual-only event. You will be able to watch it at io.google through YouTube. And it seems that we will also be able to enjoy one more year of Google’s interactive I/O Adventure.
Chat with Googlers, ask product questions, engage with the developer community, and broaden your technical knowledge. Earn Google Developer profile badges and virtual swag. Create an avatar and look for easter eggs. Try Google’s new products and features through a sandbox experience.
2022’s Google I/O will be streamed live from the Shoreline Amphitheatre stage on May 11, where we will most likely see Sundar Pichai in charge of announcing the goodies. We are also getting tons of pre-recorded sessions talking about Android, Chrome, and other exciting topics. The interactive I/O Adventure experience will also give users access to the 2022 Learning Lab, which will be packed with workshops, tutorials, and more. However, you will need to get registered to access these cool features, which also include community groups, and the My I/O custom panel to see your saved content, earned badges, and more.
We expect several cool announcements, including a new version of Google’s Android OS. However, we are a bit more interested in the possibility of seeing the launch of the new Google Pixel Watch and the Pixel 6a, as rumors suggest that Google may unveil both devices during its upcoming event.
Previous rumors suggested that Google would announce the Pixel Watch on May 26, which doesn’t match the dates for the upcoming Google event. However, we also received information from Max Jambor claiming that these devices will debut during the annual I/O conference.