Google is apparently gearing up for two significant announcements for the developer community in June. The company has recently posted two YouTube videos on its Developer website, with each of these videos hinting at a ‘Chrome Mobile special event’ due to take place in June.
One of these videos cites a June 7 event that will take place between 1:00p.m. and 1:30p.m. EDT. The video stops short of citing exactly what kind of event this would be, although many have guessed that Google will be announcing something big on the said date.
The second of these events, again hinted in a YouTube video, is scheduled on June 13, and will take place from 11:00a.m. to 11:30a.m. EDT. Similar in fashion with the first video, this second video divulges no other information about the nature of the event.
However, many have speculated that these events may be about Google announcing Mobile Chrome for Android and iOS devices. That is certainly a possibility, but we haven’t found any hints that the coming events will be about this.
Google recently concluded its I/O event, and if the company has a major announcement, it could have made it at the event. However, the fact that Google is bringing together two new, brief events to make some kind of announcements hints that the company is gearing up to present something recent. Another possibility in this regard is that Google may unveil a Android-supporting Chrome. But then, all these are speculations based on thin ice.