Here's what to expect.
Google is now rolling out the May 2019 security patch to the original Pixel, Pixel 2, and Pixel 3 smartphones ahead of Google I/O 2019. Reports suggest that Volvo Polestar 2 will be the first vehicle with a Google's version of Android installed directly on the car's infotainment hardware. Those introduced things like better privacy controls, pop-up setting menus (similar to 3D Touch on iOS), and so forth. Other than the devices, Google is expected to talk about developments in AI - specifically related to Google Assistant, a smart display called Net Hub Max, new details about the next Android operation system called Android Q and cloud gaming service Stadia. This year it will be Android Q Beta 3. Unless Google breaks form, it will be named after some kind of dessert beginning with the letter "Q"-perhaps Quejadinha, Qurabiya, or Queen of Puddings". The larger Pixel 3a XL is set to have a 6-inch screen, Snapdragon 710, 4GB of RAM, that 12.2MP camera, and a 3,700 mAh battery. The leaked specs show that Pixel 3a and 3a XL could give a tough competition to Apple, Samsung, and Huawei. The phones could be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 chipset, which could be paired with 4 GB RAM.
Another leak that made the rounds on the internet was released by YouTube Channel This is Tech Today, revealing images of the device's retail packaging which mentioned their prices for the United States.
Senior US advisor Bolton may visit S.Korea in May
In other words, what truly sealed the meeting between Kim and Putin is the fruitless Trump-Kim summit about two months ago. Reports suggest Trump told Kim his country must hand all its nuclear weapons and bomb fuel over to the US.
What else might be on tap?
Dubbed as Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, the new devices will arrive as stripped down versions of the flagship Pixel 3 models.
It has become the de facto photo management app for many of us over the last few years, and Google usually makes sure to introduce some new features at I/O that are destined for Google Photos in the weeks and months after. It enables users to stream AAA game titles in Chrome browser on any mobile device, TV, computer and other devices from Google's servers. We don't know much about any those improvements, but Google's is in a fierce battle with rival Amazon Alexa. Of course, Google's Home speakers have always played nicely with the Alphabet-owned Nest devices, but the new name could bring a whole new identity as well. As far as the launch of Google Stadia is concerned, I think that the company might save it for the next E3 conference or later.