What we might get for Android at Google I/O 2012

Google I/O 2012 runs June 27-29

With Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O, fast approaching, it’s time to once again predict some of the Android-related items that I expect out of the three-day event. As usual, there’s no shortage of Android rumors to ponder, but this year seems to be just a little bit different. For the first time since Android was announced, we’re expecting to see an Android device officially launch at the conference. Exciting? Sure, but there’s much more.

Nexus 7
Chances are good that you’ve heard rumors over the last few months that Google is working with Asus on a stock Android tablet experience. The earliest details first surfaced more than six months ago when Google’s Eric Schmidt hinted at such a device. Then in February, Android lead Andy Rubin indicated that Google still had a lot of work to do on the tablet front and that the company must “double down” on the initiative. Longtime Android fo… [Read more]

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