Google’s annual developers conference, Google I/O, will kick off in a few hours, and we’ve already seen rumors about what we could expect from Google at the main event.
Recently, Google’s Android boss, Sundar Pichai revealed in an interview with Bloomberg BusinessWeek that Google will preview the next version of Android at the event.
He didn’t say anything about its name, but rumor suggest that it will start with “L” — let’s just start speculating, lemon drop? Well, there are a lot of possibilities here. This is because Google wants its users to know about it sooner than later. In the past, Google usually unveils a newer version of its mobile operating system in fall, but this time, things could be a little different.
In addition, he’ll also talk about Android Wear, Google’s operating system for smartwatches. We’ve already seen some manufacturers announcing their smartwatches — LG with the G Watch, and Motorola with the Moto 360. Rumors also suggest that Samsung is also working on a smartwatch which they may showcase at the event today.
It seems its going to be an action-packed event today. We’ll try to make sure you get to know about everything that’s happening in San Francisco at the big event. Until then, you may want to read the complete interview at Businessweek, which sheds some light on the life of Pichai as well.