Back in last year, Google announced the Android Go OS and later in last year, the company launched the Android Oreo (Go edition) operating system and that’s designed for the low-end Smartphones. Well, today the company has launched the Android Pie (Go edition) operating system, the light version of the Android 9.0 which was launched earlier this month.
Everything about the Android Pie (Go edition)
As I mentioned above, the Android Pie (Go edition) is the light version of the Android 9.0 Pie, which was launched in last week. And the Go version of the operating system is designed for the devices which have low specifications like low RAM, and storage. That said, the company has made the Go version of Android Pie even smaller, faster, and more secure than the previous version i.e. Android Oreo (Go edition).
Furthermore, the Go version of Android Pie is also coming with a faster boot, security verified boot, and a dashboard to check out the data usage. Well, this means with the new Go edition operating system, users of low-end smartphones can also able to enjoy all the features and setup of the other Android devices.
Apart from this, the Mountain View company Google also said that there are more than 200 Android Go devices are available across the globe and few of them cost as low as $30. Moreover, the company also said that over 100 OEMs are planning to unveil an Android Go device before the end of this year. That’s something awesome!