Here’s How You Can Watch the Google I/O 2016 Live Stream 

The Android developer conference is expected to feature a host of exciting products. 

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Google I/O 2016 keynote will be hosted by Sundar Pichai. (Photo: Google)

Google’s big event for developers is set to take place on late Wednesday evening with Sundar Pichai, head at Google for everything these days. And just like every year, Google will be live streaming the event for its viewers and fans across the globe. You can catch the event live through the link below. The keynote starts from 10:30 PM (IST) onwards.

The Google I/O 2016 is expected to offer us glimpse into the next Android flavour, which in all probability could be Nutella. We might also get to hear about the Android VR ecosystem with devices that Google hopes to push for its growth in the virtual reality space.

They might also launch an Amazon Echo-like voice-assistant device which unlike the Echo could spread its wings across markets like India in the near future.

Google is also making its move in the chat bot arena with its own capability that will rival the likes of Facebook and Microsoft among others. Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra is also making his first-ever appearance since leaving Google for the Chinese brand with a mysterious product up his sleeves.

You can even experience the 360-degree viewing of the live stream with the help of Samsung Gear VR, Google Cardboard or even the Oculus Rift.

So, we’re all set for the Google I/O 2016, stay tuned with The Quint for live updates.

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