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Android Go: New angle of Android for entry level devices

Android Go
Android Go: New angle of Android for entry level devices
Google has recently concluded the Google I/O, where they have launched lots of new products Google will be offering to their users in coming days.  One of the bigger announcements at the recently concluded Google I/O was Android Go. But while the project sounded exciting, it also caused a lot of confusion, particularly since there wasn’t a lot of official information available at the Google online properties.

So, in this article, we will try to understand all about Android Go. First of all, Android Go isn’t even a real name as it is an internal project name within the company. But why they introduced the name at Google I/O where they know people will probably use this as an official name is anyone’s guess. It is also not a new version of Android but rather a several presets that Android O will be shipping with devices that have a low RAM.

The experience will be available to manufacturers looking to build lower-cost phones that still offer a decent Smartphone experience, even with the lack of higher-end specs. The limit really is 1GB RAM or less, so we’re talking about the lowest tier of available phones. 

How Android Go will be different from Normal Android?

In simple word, Android Go will utilize less resource and can runs smoothly with less hardware resource basically on Smartphones with less specification. For example, several animations within the system will be turned off since those are usually memory intensive. Google is also working on creating low RAM versions of several of their apps, similar to what they have done with YouTube Go. They will also be adding features, not necessarily just removing them. For example, data management is important for lower end devices so they are adding that to quick settings.

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