Google I/O, originally planned to be held on 12-14 May, was later moved to an online-only event due to COVID-19 concerns. The conference has now been cancelled completely, though Google says it will find ways to share updates with the developer community.

Previously expected to be held at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, three days of developer conferences were planned to kick off with a keynote from Sundar Pichai. It is in this presentation that we are usually treated to new product announcements, such as Android 10 and the Pixel 3a that were covered in the 2019 keynote.

A Pixel 4a is rumoured to be on its way, potentially alongside XL and 5G variants, with the latter particularly interesting as a potentially affordable 5G phone.

We have also seen the first Developer Preview of Android 11, and though the final release won't come until July or August, Google I/O is typically used to announce the consumer beta.

You can relive last year's I/O keynote below: