Watch the Google I/O livestream here


Google announced the Pixel 8a a week before Google I/O, but you should still attend the company's annual event. It begins on May 14 at 17:00 UTC and you can watch the livestream embedded below (there's also an alternate stream with American Sign Language).

The Pixel 8a is already official, so why bother? Well, don't forget that Google hasn't launched Android 15 yet. The new OS version is in beta right now and we've already seen what it has to offer. Still, there will be a big presentation of all the improvements and new features.


We'll definitely hear more about Gemini, Google's AI model that's used on both the web and phones. With Apple considering integrating ChatGPIT into iOS 18 and OpenAI (the company behind it) announcing plans for its own search engine, there's a lot riding on Gemini.

This is just speculation, but we may hear more about the next Google Pixel Fold. We saw CAD renders in February and recently heard that the device could be called 'Pixel 9 Pro Fold', which would bring it in line with the main Pixel series.

There have also been some leaks about the new Pixel Watch 3, but we're not sure if it will be unveiled at I/O or later. Either way, it's very likely that Google will talk about WearOS 5, with or without the new watch.

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