1.Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie
Plenty of people may believe the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie will be announced on this conference, but considering the current Android 4.2v update is not available on many devices yet, the possibility of Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie debuting is small. Google would likely announce, however, the Key Lime Pie as the strong competition of Apple and its iOS 7. Even though, we may not get the Key Lime Pie in a short time.
2.New Nexus 7 or Nexus 7.7
Nexus 7 is inarguably one of the most bestselling small tablets. Since it exists for almost a year, it is time for the next-gen Nexus 7. Rumors said that the New Nexus 7, perhaps dubbed the Nexus 7.7, will come with a Full HD display with 3G support to rival Apple iPad Mini. The new Nexus 7 is said to sell at the same price of the present Nexus 7.If it is true, the present Nexus 7 will down the price, maybe $149, $129 or $99 or others.
3.The Motorola X phone
We have heard the X phone since 2012, and we can expect this phone combined by Google and Motorola Mobility to be unveiled in this May. Some rumors said the phone will packed with Android 5.0 with a very cheap price, from this point, the X phone will be still stay in mystery for some time.
Running Android system, Google Glass has become the hot topic recently. Google Glass is an attempt to free data from desktop computers and portable devices like phones and tablets, and place it right in front of your eyes. Sounds very fiction, does it? Undoubtedly, Google will show up this new technology product in this conference to let more people know it.
Google Now is an important application along with Android 4.1. It is similar as Apple’s Sari but can offer the more useful information according to your custom and operations. News said that Google Now may support iOS. New improvements of this great application may be announced at Google I/O as Sari killer.
According to Geek.com, Google will bring a new communication service Google Babble, which will unify Google's numerous communication services, including Google Talk, Messenger, Google Hangouts, Google Voice, Chat for Drive and many, many more. Obviously, it makes people communicate more conveniently. The service will reportedly work on Android, OS X, Chrome OS and Windows. Google will introduce this service at I/O conference.
7.Cellular Service for the Nexus 10
Similar as Nexus 7, Nexus 10 is an awesome but cheap tablet. But the difference is Nexus 10 will include Cellular Service, but the problem is will AT&T and T-Mobile heed the call and allow Nexus 10 device owners to make voice calls on their units. And also Nexus 10 need some upgrade to support Cellular, but if it has Cellular Service, it is without a stronger competitor of the Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.
It looks like the Google I/O event is going to be very spectacular and it may bring us more than these above.Let’s just wait for the big moment.
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