Top 5 things to expect at Google I/O 2015

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Google has already announced the dates of Google I/O 2015 and it will be on 28th and 29th of this month. Already, we know a lot about what’s gonna be unveiled and announced and we also have some huge expectations from Google. So, here we are with the Top 5 things that we can expect at Google I/O 2015. Not to forget, already Google has announced that they will unveil Android M in the Google I/O 2015, but there are some other cool and exciting stuffs as well, so let’s take a sneak peak into the Top 5 most expected things at Google I/O 2015.

1. Android Mandroid-m-concept

Android M? Muffin? Marshmallow? Milky Bar? We don’t know yet, but Android M is expected to bring a great change in how the Android looks like and also in terms of notifications and other optimizations. Android M is also expected to bring multi windows in every device that will be powered by it and bring smarter security features and added utility tools.

2. Project Araproject_ara

This is one of the best things that we are expecting at Google I/O 2015 in terms of hardwares. Project Ara is nothing but an attempt to build modular smartphones and this is all for the sake of better user experience. Like if you want a better camera, just you buy that unit fit on on your phone just like you insert an OTG/USB and you’re all set, in the same way you can add more battery power and swap components on the phone, which was till now possible in case of computers, but now, looks like we’re not so far from experiencing modular smartphone with Project Ara.

3. Google Glass 2.0google-glass-2.0

Google suspended the Explorer program for Google Glass, but Google Glass is not dead. And we are expecting a newer and better Google Glass to be unveiled this year at Google I/O, may be Google Glass 2.0?

4. Android SilverAndroid Silver

Android silver is yet another thing like Nexus devices under this project Google will set up some rules and guidelines for manufacturers under which they can manufacture devices and receive the Android Silver branding. But, this may not be a way to kill Nexus, however Nexus devices may get replaced by Android Silver and get a new branding from Google.

5. Android Wearandroid_wear

Google rolled out updates for Android Wear right at the time when Apple Watch was launched, and we think that was a pre-planned way to prove the rivalry between Google and Apple. The update brought new gestures and emojis. This year also, at Google I/O we are looking forward for some coll announcements regarding the Android Wear.

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