Google lunch invite

Google is inviting us to witness an event called ‘Breakfast with Sundar Pichai’, the current chief of Android. The only details we have for the event though are the location, San Francisco, a date, July 24 an an hour, 9:00 am. But that’s about it, they aren’t hinting about any of the goodies that will be introduced at the show.

At the I/O conference in May, Google kinda’ disappointed in terms of new hardware and software, even though they served the developer community quite well. However, since the chief of Android himself is the star of this event, we can expect something big to be revealed. Hopefully we won’t be disappointed again.

Some of the speculation are indicating towards a new Nexus tablet running a new Android version. Another option is to see the new Moto X device that has been leaking hard in the past days. However we’re betting on Android 4.3, that has also been spotted in a series of leaks in the previous weeks. Even though it doesn’t bring in many changes it’s nice to see something new for a change, even though we are still waiting for Android 5.0 which should be revolutionary.

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Meanwhile we have to wait until the breakfast event that will be livestreamed by Google, and we will be here to report on it.

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