Based on the conference schedule, Google would introduce its next iteration of Android operating systems at the conference. Named the Google Q, the operating system is already out for developers to test. At the event, Google is expected to announce the release date, while also making the public betas available for curious souls to try and test before the official release.
Announced earlier at the Game Developers Conference (GDC), the Google Stadia is a cloud-based game streaming platform that works across internet-enabled devices such as desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones. The service does not require any installation and works through Google Chrome. Google is expected to share more information about the gaming service such as subscription plans, release date, platform support, etc.
Other expected announcements
Apart from the above announcements, Google is also expected to dwell on updates to its suite of apps and services for consumers and businesses. The company is expected to launch a smart display product similar to Facebook’s recently launched Portal. Other announcements might include developments around Chrome, ARCore, progressive web applications, Android for cars, material design, etc.