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Google reveals Android Oreo (Go Edition) for entry level devices
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Google reveals Android Oreo (Go Edition) for entry-level devices

Back in May, Google announced the Android Go at the Google I/O event and the Android Go is exclusive for entry-level devices. Now the Mountain View company has announced Android Oreo (Go Edition), at the Google for India 2017 event and the OS will be launched as part of Android 8.1.

Google reveals Android Oreo (Go Edition) for entry level devices

As I mentioned above the Android Oreo (Go Edition) is designed for the entry-level devices, which means the OS will be perfect for the devices which have a low processing power, RAM and storage. Google promises that the OS will give the better performance more storage, data saving as well as security on the entry-level devices.

Moreover, the Android Oreo (Go Edition) is optimized in a way which will help an average app to work 15% faster on the devices which have low specification. Google also says that the pre-installed Google apps of the Go Edition will take 50% less space, and which automatically give you extra storage.

And the Go Edition will also be powered by the Google’s data saver features, and, users will also be able to manage the background data usage of apps with the built-in data saver feature. The devices which will run on Android Oreo (Go Edition) will come with security features like Google Play Protect which scans for harmful apps on your device.

Apart from all this, Google has created a new section on the Play Store which will recommend apps which are optimized for Android Oreo (Go Edition). Moreover, the Android Oreo (Go Edition) will also come with a new set of Google apps which will be lighter and faster. In terms of availability, the company will launch the OS in early 2018.

 

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Source: Google

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