Google I/O 2017 News Update: Android O, DayDream VR And Google Pixel 2 Are Expected Launches
Google holds numerous events all year; however, the company's I/O conference is the biggest one. The three-days-long conference is filled with multiple key-note presentations, productive workshops, and even device launches. Last year, Google made three major debuts including Project Jacquard, Google Home and DayDream VR among other products at the event. This year as well, the search giant is expected to take the wraps off many new, market-shattering products.
As pointed by Android Central, here's what can be expected at the I/O 2017 conference. Android O: Google is expected to introduce a new operating system after Android Nougat this year. While the search giant has already published the first developer preview for the same, they are further expected to reveal complete details regarding the next big Android update at the conference event.
As reported by TechRadar, Google is also expected to introduce newer encryption tools in both, Android as well Google Chrome to help users remain safer from any of the hacks. Data security has become increasingly important these days, especially given the number of newer ransomware attacks.
Apart from the above-mentioned products, Google is also expected to launch an affordable version of its DayDream VR technology. When the company launched DayDream last year, the product took the market by a storm - impressing even the best of the techies. Additionally, Google is also expected to an update to the Android Wear 2.0, which it released earlier this year. This goes on to suggest that the company won't be giving up on this technology yet.
Google fans are even hoping that the company might just take the wraps off its Pixel 2 smartphones. However, that is quite far-fetched as the company hasn't even started production on the smartphone. However, there are chances that the company might reveal a few details regarding its upcoming smartphone.