Mark These Dates: Samsung Galaxy S9 And Google I/O 2018 Event Schedule Officially Announced

Both Samsung and Google has revealed for tech fans the official dates to immediately put into their diaries. South Korean-based Electronics has issued invitations to its official Unpacked event, which will be hosted at the beginning of this MWC. With Google also using the same trick to confirm that this year’s I/O developer conference will take place May 8-10.

The declared Samsung event shouldn’t come as a big surprise to anyone who is eagerly anticipating the announcement and release of the Galaxy S9.

At Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona this year, a well-placed Samsung executive confirmed that the company would be announcing its next-generation flagship, the Galaxy S9. Announced the fact that the company has now released official invitations to that invite-only Unpacked event, which is scheduled to take place on February 25, 2018.

If these invitations outed are anything to mark the calenders, then we can expect a Galaxy S9 which puts a huge emphasis on the camera (with f/1.5 aperture) and the power of photography.

And if Samsung looking forward to introducing Galaxy S9 with a “Reimagined” camera system, what exactly should Google be doing during its annual I/O conference? Technically, Google also announced the date and location of this year’s event with a series of cryptic puzzles that put the onus on the viewer to interpret the puzzles and challenges.

Held on May 8-10 at the Shoreline Amphitheater, where the event has been held for the last two years. Google will hardly welcome developers to the event where it will hold an opening keynote as well as host a range of workshops and presentations with the company’s engineers and so.

Those in attendance will likely find themselves out about Google’s new and inevitable upcoming products, learn about what’s new for those who develop for the Android apps and Android platform, and literally, will find out what Google is planning on its next 12-18 month roadmap.

Not only just finding out about Google I/O event, but also would have been mentally taxing for a lot of people. The hunt for information started with an initial Google tweet containing binary which needed to be covered to text. That text then gave hunters the required information to go on a fact-finding mission. That’s two wonderful events to look further to already this year.

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