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Google I/O is going to be good this year. Photo: Google

Google I/O is going to be good this year. Photo: Google

Google I/O is one of the biggest events in the calendar for Android fans, and this year’s event — which kicks off next Friday — is going to be just as exciting as the last. In addition to the next-generation Android upgrade, we’ll see updates to other Google platforms, and maybe even new devices.

Here are 8 things that you won’t want to miss.

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With all the recent buzz over the Apple Watch, it’s easy to forget that there are other major players in the smart-watch space. But trust us, there are. And Huawei is one of them.

The flagship Huawei Watch offers a timeless and classic exterior, featuring a beautiful round face and a pure sapphire crystal face.

Add this to a stunningly intelligent interior, which runs the latest Android Wear operating system, offering a whole slew of high-tech features that will make you smile and silently thank Henry Dunwoody, and you’ve got one hell of a wearable.

So what are you waiting for? Enter our giveaway now, and you could win one of your very own, worth $500.

LG's Nexus 5 was a big hit. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

LG’s Nexus 5 was a big hit. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Google is reportedly working with Huawei on a brand new Nexus smartphone, but it may not be the only one we get this year. Recent rumors have suggested we could get two variants of Google’s device for 2015, and according to one report, LG is “considering” one of them.

Will Google's next Nexus have the Note 4's display? Photo: Google

Will Google’s next Nexus have the Note 4’s display? Photo: Google

While it may seem unlikely, speculation surrounding a new Nexus smartphone made by Huawei refuses to die.

According to one analyst based in China, the device is indeed on its way, and it will deliver a 5.7-inch Quad HD display and Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 810 processor.

Another reason not to root your Galaxy S5. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Mac

Another reason not to root your Galaxy S5. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

A security research firm has uncovered a flaw in Android that allows hackers to steal copies of our fingerprints from the Galaxy S5, and possibly other devices. Samsung says it is already investigating the issue, which will be demonstrated at the RSA security conference this week.

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