As of now, Google has not announced anything related to its Smartwatch Series, neither we have any dates.
In the event, there have been some crucial announcements concerning the launch of Pixel 3a smartphone. There was a note in the official page for the beta program that the two new Pixel devices "will be eligible in June". If so, let us know in the comments section below.
Google, meanwhile, wasted no time in touting Night Sight mode on the Pixel 3a while taking a few solid jabs at Apple in the process. The Purple-ish colour variant isn't available in the country at this point.
While the final name of the new Google operating system has not yet been decided, now identified as Android Q, the latter was however officially presented during Google I / O 2019 last week and Beta 3 was already put at the layout. Let us have a look at some key highlights of Android Q.
As part of its folding screen initiative, Google is also working on a native desktop mode for Android via support for multiple (and external) displays. And, for some who don't see the beauty in this, it's an addition that allows users to get the most out of the Android experience. This will particularly help users of the OLED devices that have the reputation of draining more battery power. Still, Gboard's ability to immediately identify and change based on the options users choose is a great new addition to the host of other features the Android OS has to offer. Similarly, the Live Caption feature will utilise speech recognition technology for both the web and mobile apps. The devices have up to $600 in incentives to get users to trade in iPhone and other devices to get the new smartphone.
Most important of all, Google Assistant will be more responsive and faster than ever before. Google Go, the apps for entry-level smartphones now come with enhanced camera capabilities and several advanced features. Clients don't need to contact the presentation or state Ok Google, however, can straightforwardly talk into an Always-On Display.