Although we’re only around a third into the year of 2018, we’ve already seen some pretty monumental releases that give us hope that this may be a great year for tech. With the brand new camera features from the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, we saw one of the first major entries into the next generation of phone, and Huawei made a strong showing with the announcement of the powerful P20 Pro. However, despite some big events like the Mobile World Congress already being behind us, there are a number of important conferences yet to come – one of them being the Google I/O Event.
In roughly a month, we’ll see the Google I/O Event – the company’s annual gathering in order to provide information to developers. The public has taken an interest in these programs as well, due to the fact that we usually see some pretty significant announcements that are exciting for more than just the average developer. Coming hot on the tails of Apple’s recent education event, many are wondering what sort of announcements we’ll be seeing from this technology behemoth when it comes to software and hardware updates. The following is largely speculation, but considering Google’s recent track record it’s safe to say that we’ll be seeing some announcements from at least a few