Google I/O 2023: Here’s everything you can expect this year

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Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O, is one of the biggest and most exciting shows of the year. You can expect a number of devices to make appearances at the Google I/O 2023 event.


The I/O 2023 event will start on May 10, the company will host a live keynote and a number of sessions and workshops. At Google I/O 2023, we could see Android 14, Google Pixel 7a, and Google Pixel Fold. You will be able to watch the event on the I/O website, Google may also live stream the event on YouTube.


Here’s how you can register for the Google I/O 2023:

You can register for the event for free from the Google I/O website. This sign-up will keep you up to date with the latest information.


Here is everything we expect at Google I/O 2023:

Google Pixel 7a

Google hasn’t officially said anything about the Pixel 7a, but the rumors haven’t left anything to say about it. Google is likely to bring the Pixel 7a to the table at the I/O 2023 event.

About the phone, it will likely be powered by the newer Tensor G2 chipset. The Pixel 7a could cost you the same as the Pixel 6a launch price.

Google Pixel Fold

Google could also bring the first foldable device to the I/O to compete with Samsung’s Z Fold devices. Samsung is winning the foldable war as it is running solo in the international market.

As per rumors, the inner display of Google’s Pixel Fold will be wider than Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4, and the cover display won’t be as narrow. The inner 7.6-inch display will feature a QHD+ resolution and supports a 120Hz refresh rate. The device is rumored to come with the Tensor G2. It could come shortly after the I/O, expect it in June 2023.

Google Pixel Tablet

Google Pixel Tablet is the only product that is confirmed by the company. Google introduced the tablet at the Pixel event last year. You can expect more at the I/O event in May this year.

Google Pixel 8 Introduction

We have recently checked the renders of the Google Pixel 8 series – Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. Based on leaks and rumors, these devices will feature smaller displays, 5.8 for the Pixel 8 and 6.5 for the Pixel 8 Pro.

The flagship series won’t be launched at I/O but the company may tease the Pixel 8 series before the full release.

Android 14

Google has already started the development of Android 14, the next major mobile OS version. In the development phase, we checked several new features in the work. During the I/O, Android 14 will have reached the Open Beta phase. It means, more stable and close to the final release.


In the tech world, Google’s name counts as one of the best. We could also see improved AI at the event. With the ChatGPT introduction, the competition is now growing for Google.

With the announcement by Microsoft that integrate ChatFPT with the Bing search engine, Google also announced its AI chatbot, Bard. You can expect more about AI and new technology at the event.

Few important questions:

  • When is Google I/O 2023?
    • This year’s event will be broadcast in front of a limited live audience and is open to everyone online on May 10, 2023. Tune in to the live-streamed keynotes, then dive into technical content and learning material on demand. Registration begins March 7 and is free of cost.
  • How can I stay informed on the latest from Google I/O?
    • Register to receive important information via email about the digital event. To stay up-to-date on the latest information on sessions, speakers, and other activities, check the Google I/O 2023 website, and visit the Google Developers blog. More information is here.

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