Internet giant Google is all set to unveil it’s Android tablet at the I/O annual developer conference in California tomorrow.
The seven-inch tablet is widely expected to be launched at the three day conference starting tomorrow where Google developers from all over the world meet. Google wants to show the real potential of an Android tablet to the world, the same way it has revived its Nexus series of smartphones.
The pricing of the Android tablet is expected to be less than £125 to help control the rapidly growing Kindle Fire tablet from Amazon.
Other major announcements at the Google I/O 2012 will be regarding Android Jelly Bean, the latest update to the immensely popular Android operating system. Jelly Bean update is intended for smartphones as well as tablets running the Android operating system.
Another interesting announcement expected is in the Google Wallet domain – to include mobile payments in the Google’s money service. It has also been speculated that two keynote speeches is also scheduled – one each on Wednesday and Thursday, which will be streamed live online for Google aficionados.
More than 5,000 developers are expected to attend the Google I/O conference 2012 at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California. Last year’s conference showcased plans for launching Google Music, Ice Cream Sandwich and Chromebooks. All the launches have been very successful and have helped Google establish a larger-than-world image.
However, not all the products launched each year at their annual conference have been hits. Google Wave, launched in 2009, due to repeated failures got closed this year.