Google I/O 2023 announced to be held on May 10: Pixel Fold, Pixel 7a and more expected


Google CEO Sundar Pichai has officially announced on Twitter that the annual Google I/O will take place on May 10 this year. The event will take place every year at the Shoreline Amphitheater, near Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California. Notably, this will be the first time in four years that the event will have an in-person appearance. However, viewers can still watch the live stream online.

Google I/0 2023: What to expect

At the event, it is expected that the company may unveil the Android 14 beta at the event, as the first developer preview is already out.

In terms of product, Google is expected to launch its first foldable smartphone called Pixel Fold. Apart from this, it is likely that we will also witness the launch of a new set of Pixel earbuds, which are likely to be the successors to the Pixel Buds Pro that were launched last year at a starting price of Rs 19,990.

It is expected that Google may officially launch Chatbot’s rival Bard at the event.

Tipster Abhishek Yadav has suggested in a tweet that the company will launch Pixel Tablet, Pixel 7A, Android 14, Pixel Foldables and Pixel 8 series at the annual event.

It is expected that the Pixel Fold will have a thick top and thin bezels. The top bezel is expected to house two selfie cameras. Talking about the display, it can have a 7.69-inch foldable display. Talking about the back, it can come with triple rear camera setup.

On the other hand, the Pixel 7a is likely to look similar to the Pixel 6a. It is also rumored to have a horizontal visor that will house the dual rear camera setup. The rear camera setup could include a Sony IMX787 main camera sensor along with a Sony IMX712 ultra-wide camera sensor.

On the front, the smartphone is expected to feature a flat 90Hz AMOLED display and a hole-punch cutout at the top centre. The device is expected to be powered by Google’s Tensor G2 SoC.

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