Google I/O 2015: what all mobile technology enthusiasts should expect

The time came for Android lovers to receive Google gifts for them. The annual Google I/O brings some nice and amazing announcement which keeps its users wait the whole year. The Google I/O 2015 is on with all its expected releases. The annual Google show will continue late till tomorrow meanwhile you may get many of the much waited rumors come true.

As rumors have already aroused the expectations to the events there are many things on the list for today. And on the top of the list remain the new Android OS the Android M. The increase of a new version in the Android history will be an upgrade over the latest Android 5.0 or the Android Lollipop.

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The Android M or the Macadamia Nut Cookie (or it is Android Milkshake?) has been reported to bring the already familiar Google Material Design with many extended and upgraded features. Especially we may get finger print reading feature and Android Pay as an improved payment service.

Along with the Android M all the current Google Nexus devices including the smartphones and tablets may get new updates policy. It means the devices may not be able to directly get the new version but will still be able to get many of the updates.

Android M

The wearables are no doubt another key area of focus of the Google I/O. Therefore, the Google I/O 2015 will also not be silent regarding the Android watches. There are high expectations that some new watches may get into the market with the iOS compatibility.

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We may witness new Nexus devices, probably revised model of Google’s earlier Nexus 5. The rumors have also pointed out that the new Nexus 5 will adopt some diversion from its lineup. And finally the unusual is the arrival of Google’s self driving vehicles. Google has also been thinking about features on its OS to connect different devices. It may announce an Android Auto as the OS to connect the devices. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here.