Google I/O 2019 ended and Google made a many announcements regarding Android, search, the Google Assistant, but with new hardware. During the Google I/O, Google announces it future projects, from Pixel 3a to Android Q Beta 3 and many other things. The company unveiled dozens of updates to every corner of the Google ecosystem; from search and Google Assistant to the next generation of Android.

The tech giant unveiled the Google Nest Hub Max, talked about its plans for Lens and AR, and showed a more personal side of Google Assistant. It also debuted cheaper Pixel 3A and 3A XL phones and revealed new features in Android Q.

Google I/O 2019

Well during the Google I/O 2019, Google talked about a new “Personal references” feature in Google Assistant, an easier way to turn on dark mode in Android Q, a 10-screen and camera for the new Google Nest Hub Max, affordable Pixel phones with top-of-the-line cameras, and a new version of Duplex.

First talking about Pixel 3A and 3A XL, the phones with a $399, and they come with the advanced camera features that the Pixel line has been known for its camera. The camera features include Night Sight, Super Res Zoom, and portrait mode on both the rear- and front-facing shooters. After that, company announces its new Google Hub; it announced a new product for the line: the $229 Nest Hub Max. The device is basically a combination of the Nest camera, Google Home Hub, and the Google Home Max, offering a security camera, smart display, and loudspeakers all in a single gadget.

Then there is the Android Q Beta 3, which you can download now and offers Dark Theme for every standard Android app. Not only those, user can select the inverted app colors manually or turn it on using battery saver mode. Digital Wellbeing, Google is adding a new feature called Focus Mode. Instead of the Wind Down mode that grays out the screen, Focus Mode lets you select particular apps that you want to avoid using during a period of time and only disable those.

Besides that, starting with Android Q, Google will begin releasing software updates. That is directly through the Play Store instead of waiting on phone manufacturers or carriers. It is called Project Mainline. The other update that Google has made is Google Lens. This year, Google says Lens can search for exact dishes on a menu and surface photos of that dish based on Google Maps information to show you just how it looks before you order.