There is a vast improvement in technology since the release of the first Android smartphone. As a part of emerging technology, Google is planning to match the entry-level smartphone experience with the high-end. Android Oreo Go is the most secure version that lets the user have a great experience even with low-end smartphones.
The software giant revealed its plan to create an Android OS for entry-level devices in the annual I/O 2017. And now Google is ready for the New Android Go Edition.
The Android Oreo Go is a lightweight operating system that is designed for the smartphones with 512MB to 1GB of RAM. The use of the new OS ensures less storage space utilization, less memory usage, and high performance.
According to the Director of Product Management at Android, “Since Android’s creation, our mission has been to bring the power of computing to everyone. As a global operating system, Android has grown to more than 2 billion active devices around the world, with more users in India than the U.S. To make sure billions more people can get access to computing, it’s important that entry-level devices are fully functioning smartphones that can browse the web and use apps.”
The Android Oreo Go Edition is, in fact, a groomed and light version of the high-end Android Oreo. It comes in with high storage capacity, better performance, in-built security features and appropriate data management.
The new OS consists of a data management dashboard that allows the user to monitor data usage. Google further stated that the average app in Go Edition runs 15 percent faster than Android Oreo.
There is an array of Google apps available with the Go Edition. This includes YouTube Go, Google Go, Gmail Go, Files Go and Google Maps Go. It also holds the optimized version of Google play store that highlights the list of apps suitable for Android Go Edition users.
Android Oreo Go will be available with Android 8.1 Oreo. Google is planning to launch the new OS into the market at the earliest.