Google's flagship developer event, Google I/O 2013 will be hosted from May 15 to 17, next year. This was confirmed by company sources yesterday. This is one of the most awaited events in tech world as it has been a platform for many of Google's path breaking launches.
The company usually announces Android OS updates in this event and this year too experts and Android developers are expecting to get a glimpse of the version 5 of Android code named Key Lime Pie.
It may be recalled that last year's edition saw the unveiling of Android Jelly Bean version and Nexus 7 tablets. Though there was couple of more launches like Nexus Q media streaming device and the much hyped Project Glass prototype, first one turned out to be bummer where as the second one is yet to launch commercially in the market. We can expect some update on these projects, especially on the Project Glass during the three days of the event. There are expectations in the air regarding the launch of improved Nexus Q device and a new handset/tablet featuring the Android 5.0.
As usual Google will remain tight lipped on the likely launches and announcements which they would be making during this event. Google has announced that registration for the event would start from early 2013. We will closely track the build up to this event over the next few months and report whenever we have some fresh updates for you. In the mean time we can watch out for what happened in the Google I/O Event in 2012.