This conference is a meeting point where developers, creators, engineers come together to discuss and showcase their successful ideas.
Some of the much anticipated projects expected are Android wear, Android TV, project Fi or android M Talk.
Unlike Previous I/O conferences, there are little to no rumors to fuel predictions.
Here are some of the things we’d most like to see at the conference.
The Project ARA is scheduled to begin this year in Puerto Rico; this project represents Google’s efforts at producing open hardware which supports highly modular smartphones.
Google hopes to create wearable technology capable of blowing one’s socks off. But a smaller screen takes from a user’s experience, so Google wants to provide both.
Android Auto has still remained fairly untapped. Everyone is expecting to see whether the platform will actually work as users need it to, especially since the potential dangers of malfunction are unlike those you would expect from a tablet or phone.
Little information is revealed about Android Auto, but rumors suggest that there may be shift in focus towards built in Android Auto.
Android M is expected to offer the possibility of integration with Auto.
After this year’s CES, its clear which devices will be capable of running Android TV and which won’t.
They are still in making and the platform isn’t expected to change dramatically until they come out.
Augmented Reality headset didn’t muster the enthusiasm Google may wished for .2.0, however they may just highlight at the conference.
Rumors begun spreading that Glass 2.0 may be preparing for launch and some inside sources hinted towards a Glass 3.0.
There is lot of work to be done, so let’s see whether the I/O 2015 will come up with satisfying announcements.