Thursday, 18 May 2017

GOOGLE ANDROID GO - FOR 1GB OR LESS RAM SMART PHONES

 



The next version of Android software will definitely be the Android O but what surprise us is that we will also be having Android Go. Android go is designed to power smartphones with 1GB or less RAM. Most of this devices are finding it difficult to run Apps built for Android N already. To solve this problem, Google will be releasing the Android Go operating system.

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What is Android Go?
Android Go focuses on three things - optimizing the latest release of Android to run smoothly on entry-level devices, a rebuilt set of Google apps that uses less memory, storage space and mobile data and finally a version of Play Store that will not only provide the entire catalogue but will also highlight apps specifically designed for entry-level users. These three features will ship to Android O devices with 1GB or less memory starting in 2018.

Android Go devices will have data management and savings in quick settings, and teaming up with carriers will let you keep track of how much data you’ve been consuming with the ability to top up.

Google is also designing apps like YouTube Go, Chrome and Gboard to use less memory and are easy on mobile data. The company is making optimizations to the system UI and the kernel to allow an Android O device built with the Go configuration to run smoothly on as low as 512MB to 1GB of memory.

Lastly, a special, Android Go-exclusive Play Store was also announced, designed specifically to highlight apps built with Google's so-called "Building for Billions" best practices for app developers, or in other words, made to conserve data and device resources, such as Facebook Lite and Skype Lite.

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