Every year, Google holds an annual event called Google I/O, where the search giant shows off its latest developments in the field of software and hardware. This year’s show focuses on artificial intelligence and new hardware, including upcoming tablets, smartwatches and smartphones.
Android users are finally getting a watch they’ve been waiting for called the Pixel Watch. Google doesn’t share many details about it, but it looks like a traditional watch and will run apps including Google Maps, Wallet, and Fitbit. The thing is, it doesn’t come out until the fall, so fans will have to wait a bit.
Another notable item is the upcoming Google Pixel 6a smartphone. This would be a great choice for a basic smartphone with a great camera and excellent software. It will be available for pre-order on July 21 for $449.