Google I/O is an annual event which already started on June 25 and it is held in San Francisco’s Moscone Center. Here is some information about what can we expect from this year’s event.
Android 5.0 will most likely be unveiled at Google’s annual I/O event. The new operating system will be called Lollipop or in, a shorter variant, Android 5.0 “L”.
It seems that the new Android 5.0 will come with a major redesign, with a more flat, minimalistic design which reminds us of Apple’s iOS 7.
Android 5.0 is expected to support even phones that have only 512MB of RAM. Also, Android 5.0 will most likely support 64bit processors.
It is rumored that HTC Volantis, also known as Nexus 9, will run on Google’s Android 5.0. Volantis and most likely it will come with an Nvidia 64bit Tegra K1 chip and an 8.9inch touchscreen display that will support a resolution of 2048x1140pixels. The tablet will come with an 8MB primary camera and a 3MP front-facing one and it will have 2GB of RAM.
Android TV is expected to come at the Google I/O 2014 event. There are rumors according to which the device will come with a custom version of Google’s Android mobile OS, and it is expected to be powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 4 chip.
Android TV will most likely come with applications such as: Youtube, Netflix, Pandora, Google Play Music and more.
Apple has recently unveiled its Homekit, which will somehow “force” Google to announce its upcoming Android TV as well.
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