A brand-new wave of goods, some of which we won’t see fully until later this fall, were announced at Google I/O 2022 a week ago, along with several other exciting new launch announcements.

In terms of new hardware announcements, this Google I/O was undoubtedly the largest ever. We anticipated hearing about a few new Made by Google goods before the event, but we were surprised to see a vast selection of brand-new items that cover the full range of wearables, tablets, and smartphones instead.

We were given a sneak peek at the Google product ecosystem for 2022 at I/O, which includes the Pixel 6a launch, the surprise Pixel Buds Pro, the Pixel Watch, a return to larger portable screens with a new Pixel Tablet arriving in 2023, and more.

Not to mention the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, which were hinted to in advance of a fall Made by Google launch event. We can find out more information about the impending Pixel Watch and Pixel Tablet right here. You should absolutely check out the quick explainer video that we’ve created that completely explores all of the recent news, which is linked below:

We would consider Google’s attempt to pique interest in first-party hardware at a primarily developer-focused event a resounding success. The Pixel 6a and Pixel Buds Pro, Google’s newest smartphone and updated ANC-capable earphones, will be on sale for the first time publicly on July 28. They were the first item revealed at I/O 2022.

Another huge surprise at I/O 2022 was the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro’s tease. The device pair will be equipped with a second-generation Tensor processor, which we anticipate will offer significant performance improvements over the original chip present in the Pixel 6 series. The design, however, will follow a well-worn path that was originally followed by the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro in late-2021. Although that is a little disappointing, it makes perfect sense to change the striking design of the previous generation and advance in a few crucial areas.

I/O product launch lineup

We are finally getting a Pixel Watch, but we won’t hear anything through official channels until the introduction of the Pixel 7 later this year. The excitement for this first-party wearable was at an all-time high prior to I/O 2022, but it appears that it may now be running a chipset that is much out of date, the Exynos 9110. That seriously takes away from what at first glance appeared to be a very remarkable product. We’ll just have to reserve final judgment until the Pixel Watch is available later this year.

Last but not least, Google hinted at a future Pixel Tablet. We don’t know much about the product, but it’s likely that this will be the first new Google-branded Android tablet since 2015. The Pixel Tablet is under further strain due to the dearth of reliable high-end tablets from manufacturers other than Samsung (at least in North American markets). Given how little we know about it, the surprise product introduction at I/O 2022 was something we were particularly interested in finding out more about.

Not only did Google introduce new products at I/O 2022, but there are also a lot of updated search capabilities and functions that will be available soon.

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